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... about Sidi BIn Said not being a WHS. This caught him off guard but it was more FYI, some people perhaps on later trips being annoyed. He said he had read it somewhere.
Everyone was ready early, allowing us to beat the 0830 scheduled departure. Sat with Jane. She's less critical of Noubi as well, also a bit bored by the constant carping by some. It's a hot sun as we headed toward El Fahs. Noubi gave an overview of the day, saying we'd be back around 1800 to gasps from the ...
... 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 ...
... and that would be a guy with a broom and not the vehicular kind).
Our first stop was about 60 km from Tunisia in a little town called Testour. We didn't stop for any particular reason except to show me a typical small Tunisian town and to partake in the ritualistic coffee break. Now Tunisians, as near as I can see, believe that any time is a good time for coffee as the outdoor cafes are always full. And the coffee is not the drip kind of coffee. The coffee is a ...
... quite happy to move on after a couple of hours. Next stop was Kairouan, the 4th holiest Islamic city in the world after Mecca, Medina and Jerusalem, dating back to the 7th Century. Stepping out the car, the city instantly had a different feel to it. Much more traditional, people dressed in traditional clothing and the call to prayer blaring out of speakers around the walled city. We entered through the city gates and into the medina, a maze of narrow stone alleyways, old ...
... Great was really Macedonian, and not Greek. I mean, Alexander's surname may be "the Great" but his father's surname was "of Macedonia" as in Phillip of Macedonia so you do the math.
But ask a Macedonia who he hates more, a Greek or a Bulgarian and you'll practically make his head explode. You might as well ask him to count to infinity. I don't know as much about that particular grievance, or any of the grievances for that matter except for ...