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Bit of a slacker today, getting up at 0615. Shower and still no wifi luck. The Algerian Committee was first down for brekkie, the Chancellor of the Exchequer joining. Omar said he had email. I brought my computer to his [third] floor and it worked fine. It appeared there was no initial fifth floor connection but it worked thereafter having established a link. He showed me some pix of him and Ratik in Algiers. Took the bag down c 0830.
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Anyway, after the quick coffee break we drove a short distance to an area just north of the town of Matmata where Berber families continue to live in cavelike homes in the rocky, mountainous hillsides.
Originally, the Berbers took to living in the stone caves that already existed in the hillside to escape the Hilialian invasions of the 11th century. Eventually, the Berbers extended the caves by tunneling into the soft rock. The homes were complete when stone ...
Tuesday 23rd April
This morning we visited the island of Djerba linked to the mainland by a 7k causeway across a shallow stretch of sea. The island is very low (15m max) & has many scattered houses between what were the oldest olive trees we have ever seen as with most Tunisian dwellings most under construction or semi derelict. The women here where quite distinctive clothes in the form of white tunic dress ...
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... back to England, and we head to Libya tomorrow. No alcohol is allowed in Libya, so will be enjoying some sundowners on the beach tonight to finish off whatever we have left.
The Trip Odometer has reached 3000 Km without much fuss. Let hope it continues, but I'm sure with Libya, Egypt and Sudan to come, there are some interesting times ahead, and many more hours of sitting at a border post.