Karthago Le Palace
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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 ...
... kept us entertained by constantly flicking from one CD to another.
"Don't blame it on the sunshine
Don't blame it on the moonlight
Don't blame it on the good times
Blame it on the Boogie.."
At an ear shattering volume, it was all very amusing and we would have to say, it sure was "the good times".
The countryside became more arid. Sun bleached houses shimmered in the dusty sand. Most of the older women ...
... a drink on our small balcony would be sufficient for the day. Overlooking the all encompassing views of Tunis city, we enjoyed a glass of scotch whiskey before making our way to the hotel's Club Lounge and then to a very pleasant buffet dinner at the hotel's restaurant.
A fitting but very relaxed end to an interesting day. But we had to admit however, that we were really excited about our very first visit to the huge African continent.
... a conversation with another man plus answering the phone, the man behind reception finally acknowledged that I was standing there. No welcome or smile. He just stared at me and held out his hand for the passport. And so it continues.........
The hotel was in the centre of the city, so it was great walking outside and finding cafes and small shops, tram ...
Old and young sells Jasmine bunch for 5e. It smells really good. Spices are sold by bulk. You cannot miss the Moroccan style architecture mixed with the white and blue colors reflecting the color of the sky and sea. Once in awhile you can see the influence of the Grecian domed ceiling.
As you already know, I love doors. Tunisians are very particular about their doors. First of all it’s ornate. Beautifully decorated doors with bright colors. ...