Karthago Le Palace
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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- Free parking
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Easter Monday and sporting a fine chocolate egg courtesy of P&O we arrive in LaGoulette Tunisia which has been slotted into our itinerary due to the unrest within Egypt. Having spent two days in Israel and traveling within close proximity of the Gaza Strip and also the border of Syria with a leaflet warning us of possible unrest and phone numbers of embassies, another warning upon entering Athens of ...
... The meal was the included one missed on one of the missed days so only paid for the beer/tip 4 TD. Maximum of 34H to go having to listening to that idiotic cackling.
It was sunny as we left for Tunis at 1234. John was laughing I had the Fashion Police as a seatmate, worthy of two fingers. I was dozey, the lack of sleep over several days catching up to me. We headed out on Hwy 5.
After passing through Testora, we had 75k to go. It can drizzle all ...
This is a collection of things I have forgotten to write about, but which I hope you will find interesting. 1- Two nights after we sailed from Mauritius, we heard a terrific crash like a thunderbolt in the middle of the night. The whole ship shook. Since no alarms went off, we rolled over and went back to sleep. The next day there were rumors of all sorts, the most common being that we had hit a submerged shipping container. A few days ...
... he sees the Kiwi's cigarettes and asks for a smoke. He gives him one and the American girl flips out and starts chasing all over the place trying to keep him from lighting it up but eventually she relents. I'm thinking I'm not all together comfortable with giving an 11 year old smoking myself but then he lights the thing up and starts blowing smoke rings like he's Eddie Van Halen (lets see how many catch that reference). At that point I'm thinking ...
... important city in North Africa, spreading its trading empire from the Middle East to the Atlantic, including sites at Rabat and further South. In 575 BC, Tyre itself was captured by the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar, and Carthage was on its own, rising to the task to rule North Africa and setting its sights on dominating the entire Mediterranean.
By the 5th century BC, Carthage was battling Greece ...