Le Grand Bleu Djerba Hotel
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... a chore to impossible.
The option people returned. Spoke briefly to Tony who was furious. All he wanted was just a hot shower. I suspect they were all very cold. Readied for dinner.
Took a bus to La Paillote des Dunes. Ordered grilled calamari and got got a mixed grill. Had auburgine for a starter and a Celtia beer. The Fashion Police is boring dinner company but had fun with Omar and John. Background music was very western, including 'My Way'. There was a ...
... like walking into a lovely, cool air conditioned home, without the electricity bills). The “family” room was furnished with mats and even a TV (complete with an outdoor satellite dish). We went from one room to the next (actually one cave to the next) with each room being accessed from the central courtyard. There was a kitchen with no running water, but there was a stone mill where I learned how to grind barley and grains (a lot harder than it looks). In addition, I ...
... amp; we had to remove our shoes before entering. Some old men were reading from the Torah & discussing things when we were there. Next door is a guest house for all the pilgrims. From there we went to see a local potter making pots etc as this is an important local industry.
In the afternoon we visited Zarsis, surely one of the scruffiest places we have seen so far with not a lot to recommend it to us apart from a small ...
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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.