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So here I sit in the Tunis airport waiting to board my flight to Istanbul-Johannesburg-Cape Town. It has been short but real sweet the past two days. The fam here is the best. Excellent hosts and showed us a ton of things in such a short time. The highlight besides just being with them was El Jem coliseum. Simply a ...
... his roof making an escape more difficult. Micky is a nut for Roman mosaics. She thought she had died and gone to heaven in the Bardo museum which features the world's greatest collection. Room after room of gigantic intricate mosaics lifted from the floors of Tunisia's Roman ruins. Our very comfortable stay in Tunis was topped off by an amazing dinner hosted by our air bnb hosts. We could not have ...
... soccer ball caps.
The presence of the electrical trains indicated the southeastern suburbs of Tunis. Suburbs mean more traffic.
It's a nice day but the local dudes are dressed in at minimum long sleeved shirts, possibly a sweater and worst of all some with a heavy winter coat. These guys must be cold blooded.
Back at the hotel by 1515 100 TD. Tony might use Ezz again for his further nights in Tunis.
Checked in. Flying solo at ...
... wing is threatening to reverse a ******** revolution for democracy– about 300 Tunisians died in the two months of rioting that started on the anniversary of the street vendor's death with sporadic flareups while we were there. The country is lurching away from its democratic inclinations to an Egypt-like situation, where a Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated government is flexing its muscles.
After another blatantly obvious taxi cab ...