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... trying to describe what I needed but eventually the pharmacist produced a suitable spray - which cost around US$20 and smelt vile - but did the job.
If there was high unemployment in Tunisia, then the cafes and restaurants certainly did not reflect this situation. Street side coffee shops were jam packed with local patrons who appeared to be happily chatting and enjoying their coffee.
It was a good time to sit ...
... water from springs in the surrounding hills. The old cisterns can be seen today, lined with ancient bricks.
Not far from the Capitol we stumbled across large sheets of mosaic works in the shapes of Soloman's knots. They were wonderfully well preserved, as were many of the mosaics on display in the reception area.
TOWARD DOUGGA: BLAME IT ON THE BOOGIE
Our road from Oudhna followed the ruins of the giant, ...
... had happened as we were. And of course, they would have to be non-committal. After an hour or so, the crew boarded the plane and we taxied back down the runway, this time making a successful take off. To our relief, our flight to Tunisia was non-eventful and we landed at Carthage Airport with no more problems - that we knew of.
We didn't ever find out why our aircraft had aborted the flight. Apparently, a so-called "rejected" take-off is usually due to a ...
Tunis is an interesting place but I did not find it welcoming.
As soon as you arrive at the airport you come across an obstacle (if Australian). A visa needs to be purchased, but Tunisian Dinars are needed - yet it is illegal to take this currency out of the country, so how would you have this currency in your wallet? So off through passport control and security ...
... I was so early even Nico and Laura weren’t there. So, I went to breakfast then came back again. I just ended up waiting again. No worries, I reviewed my photos and watched a little TV.
By the sights and sounds and smell you know you are in a different continent. Tunis is at the tip of North Africa. It is the capital of Tunisia. Rich in historical stories of war and invasion, the people of Tunis today are enjoying the modernization of its city. ...
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