Alhambra Thalasso Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... home Shaz had prepared a lovely dinner, spag-bol. Which I learnt when I sat down for the meal is actually spaghetti and bolognaise sauce, not some weird local Tunisia dish that I had been worried about all day... The entire meal was delicious, the sauce had a few fresh springs of mint added to it for extra flavour and we were able to wipe our bowls clean with the fresh loaf of seedy brown bread Shaz had gone out and bought for us :) and for dessert, fresh local ...
... been restored. Hoping to get a glimpse inside we were disappointed to find the tower was closed until 9:00am. Instead we were welcomed with a remarkable view of the city port crammed with colourful fishing boats and fishermen mending their nets. Kory poked his head inside the main for entrance of the fort and found the door unlocked. As I hung out waiting for him I observed a very obvious drug deal taking place between two young kids and an ...
... welcome to contact and who may possibly allow us to stay with them along our travels. The morning starts to creep up as usual, I plug away posting blogs that hadn't been published and putt around re-organizing bike bags. By 1030 Kory and I are organized and ready to hit the road. We have a map, SIM card for our phone, a destination, and 90kms or so to ride. Getting out of dense cities always eats up a good portion of our time but we manage. We make it ...
... kids, most men accepted suffering in their lives and became happier and humbler.
-----It was difficult to be a Muslim man. And Muslim women had very little freedom. But as an American philosopher, free from the pressures of Islam, I loved living in an Arabic society surrounded by warm-hearted, friendly people.
-----The people of Sminja liked to ask me: "Shnuwwa khir, El-Toons wella Amerika?" (What's better, Tunisia or America?) They expected me to ...
Easter Monday and sporting a fine chocolate egg courtesy of P&O we arrive in LaGoulette Tunisia which has been slotted into our itinerary due to the unrest within Egypt. Having spent two days in Israel and traveling within close proximity of the Gaza Strip and also the border of Syria with a leaflet warning us of possible unrest and phone numbers of embassies, another warning upon entering Athens of ...