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Tunis is an interesting place but I did not find it welcoming.
As soon as you arrive at the airport you come across an obstacle (if Australian). A visa needs to be purchased, but Tunisian Dinars are needed - yet it is illegal to take this currency out of the country, so how would you have this currency in your wallet? So off through passport control and security ...
This is a collection of things I have forgotten to write about, but which I hope you will find interesting. 1- Two nights after we sailed from Mauritius, we heard a terrific crash like a thunderbolt in the middle of the night. The whole ship shook. Since no alarms went off, we rolled over and went back to sleep. The next day there were rumors of all sorts, the most common being that we had hit a submerged shipping container. A few days ...
... outfitted army across North Africa, up through Spain, across France and attack Rome from the North during winter. It was a massive surprise and success followed by a 15 year campaign of capture, looting and plunder on the Italian peninsula with Hannibal delivering an almost lethal defeat to the Romans in Southern Italy at Cannae in 216 BC.
But Rome recovered. 67 years later, in 149 BC, it blockaded Carthage ...
... and eventually on to Dougga. M Ali was brilliant and directed us to a restaurant where we had roast chicken, Tunisian salad and finally tried harrissa. I was happy to have him order for us, find the boys extra napkins and eventually venture next door and bring us back a cup of mint tea. It was great to have someone help us navigate that, as I had a chance to talk to Mark. Usually Mark and I talk as we go ...
... being unsociable (running around with the sat phone looking for signal) and just about everything else we could make up. The night was an extremely jolly affair and we all went to bed feeling a lot less stressed and amped for our arrival in Africa.
We awoke on the 5th expecting to see African shores on the horizon but were sadly mistaken. We had arrived in Sicily and were stuck on board in 40C heat for 6 hours before we were on our way again. We arrived ...
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