Hotel Le Royal Hammamet
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... The land surrounding Sminja was owned by large agricultural companies, owned by the government or by rich Europeans. Maybe Tunisians should've made a revolution against that?
3. OBSESSION WITH RELIGION
4. BARKING, ATTACKING DOGS -
-----It was hard to find a camping spot where barking dogs wouldn't keep you awake at night. In Sminja, it was scary to walk on the edge of town after dark.
5. CLASSICAL ARABIC -
-----If books ...
... and more phone numbers followed by the same warnings today to avoid any political unrest within Tunisia you have to start feeling that you are on a NATO exercise instead of a cruise. Anyway we ventured ashore on a short excursion which took us around Roman ruins which were more interesting than temples but not as interesting as ale houses, you can start to sense the desire for us to return home ...
Another place that far exceeded our expectations. When we heard that our Egyptian ports had been replaced by this visit we were disappointed as we have been to Tunisia before to Sousse and didn't enjoy our stay very much. However this day trip was fantastic. As the ship berthed we were met by traditional drummers and pipe players and a man on a camel which was very jolly - they even played God Save The Queen! Also the sun shone yet again - we can't believe ...
... members slept in the neighboring room. And we kissed passionately. She wore her head-scarf and a thick "djellaba" robe. It was difficult to kiss a girl who wore such clothing. But, we had fun.
-----The next time she brought me to this room, I got to see her black hair. It felt dry and rough, it never saw the sun. My girlfriend looked free and comfortable. She wore Western clothes. We spent an hour kissing and exploring each ...
... it was a reference to terrorists cutting off a person's head.
-----On my hitchhiking trip to southern Tunisia, I walked through a town. A young man asked me: Was I going to WALK all the way to southern Tunisia? I told him: No. If I did that, I would eat my head! We were near Mt. Chanbi, the only place in Tunisia where Islamic militants were said to be active. The young man's eyes grew wide, in fear that I'd gotten the wrong impression of his ...