Travel Blogs from Hammamet
... pool areas and a private beach. There are bars dotted all around the place and plenty of sun beds.
After dinner we decided to investigate the entertainment - it was certainly interesting. There were semi-naked men playing with shards of glass, a bed of nails and swords. Did their mothers not teach them that those items are dangerous?!
After a long day,we called it a night!
... were even less tourist than it orginally had, we could see that the shopkeepers are desperately in need of money and to clear their stocks out. They became so agressive in dragging tourist into their shops, they would even grab our arms while we were walking down the road.
At night, we went to port el kantaoui where we had dinner in front of the parked boats, then we went to an amusement park and had an incredible time ...
You'll notice that there are not many if any tourists in my photos. WHY IS THAT?
Well i in essence don't do tourists! By that i mean trips as for the complete context yes i will do a tourist giving half the chance. I SHOULD BE THAT LUCKY OR THE TOURIST.
Most of these photos are point and shoot,strap looped over the neck camera set to high speed resolution, finger ready on button point push and hope ...
... as recommended by Lonely Planet - was decent food here and very good service. The guy even let us use his phone for free.
Walked via souk back to start of medina, and then Tuk Tuk ride back to Port El Kantoui. Joss particularly enjoyed this, dad was clinging on for dear life!
Afternoon on beach and then by pool. Enjoyed by all. Evening spent in hotel as too lazy to go out and another early morning ...
... local cheeses for a dessert. Enjoyed every bite and actually started to feel sorry for ourselves having to leave the next day.
All in all a perfect relaxing day. I could really love that type of Tunisia - with loads of sun, relaxing atmosphere and with amazing food and drinks. Such a pity the beginning of our stay was so unfortunate (weather-wise), it would be a fabulous holiday if it wasn't for the bad weather we ...