Laico Tunis Hotel
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... filled with men sipping coffee and smoking hookahs. Recently slaughtered, bleeding sheep carcases hung from hooks outside small shops and small grubby boys sold watermelons from makeshift trailer stalls. There was not a woman was to be seen - a reminder that parts of rural Tunisia are still very traditional.
DOWN TOWN KAIROUAN
It was after 6.00 pm when we finally arrived at Kairouan. To be quite honest we had no idea that our route ...
... was exciting to be in Africa and it all looked very exotic.
We usually find that paying the additional price for a Club Room in a hotel is very worthwhile, providing a quiet place to read and use computers, have breakfast and coffee and as well as an evening drink. The Sheraton Hotel Tunis Club facilities however were very disappointing. The service was half hearted and the breakfast food was less than ordinary. The evening drinks ...
... of this site before. Its blue skies and yellow flowers made for nice photographic opportunities. John and I were content if possible to take as much time as possible today to not only curb the Tunis shoppers but also to **** off a few of them in the process.
Had never heard of Winter [or Summer] Baths before but such facilities adapted to the heat of the surroundings. There was not much left of the basilica site.
There was a separate small temple dedicated to ...
... of Haggus Baggus.
Tony and I squared away our Algerian and Tunisian accounts when he paid me a further 40 TD. We'll try to get rid of larger local bills--the 50 dinar note--by alternating dinner bills.
It was a slow start to the afternoon meanderings. Tony likes to take pictures of workers. I am not so sure workers sometimes like Tony taking pictures of them. I did suggest discreteness is important.
I was impressed on several occasions with the ...
... I did my business and flushed as normal. About 15 minutes later, Tahar himself went to the toilet and suddenly I heard a screaming from the bathroom. Worried that I had left a large floater, I ran in to see what the fuss was and somehow it seemed I had flooded the bathroom. After raising the alarm to the neighbour, a million towels were found and we were all on our hands and knees mopping up the mess, filling several buckets with water. I felt terrible but once all was cleaned ...