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... of colour come from the trailing bougainvillea planted in tubs and hanging baskets.
The shops are full of local crafts, such as the signature ornate blue and white birdcages, as well as jewellery, aromatic oils, inlaid boxes, brassware and leather goods. There is also a stall which fries and sells bonbalouni, the village's traditional sugar-coated doughnuts.
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I returned yesterday from my ten day Spring Break trip to Tunisia. I can say that this was one of the best trips I have ever taken. I have learned so much and now have a very different view of the world. I know so much more about the politics of the country and just how much of a transformation it went through in the recent year.
My favorite part of the entire visit was ...
... fine as long as they stay in their own yard.
It would be nice if the world was such that could sort out the whole thing by playing "The Who Do Love More Game" but that isn't the way it works in the real world. If you asked someone "so which of the former Yugoslav people do you love the most?" you'd probably end up with an answer like "uhh, I don't know, but I'll tell you who I hate. I hate those _________ *******s!!!" And its important ...
... confirmed, that he was asking me get some alcohol from inside for him. Once you get inside the room and are allowed to leave the room with said alcohol then you're good, neither the cashier nor anyone else will question you further so Muslims lurk outside the booze waiting for infidels like me to get evil alcohol for them. Hmmmmm...what an interesting scenario. I wondered if I might encounter the same thing by the meat section, where they sell pork. “Psst, ...
... drinks and paid only 20 Dinars (including a generous tip).
Third and last stop that day was country's capital - Tunis.
I was actually quite impressed with Tunis city centre - a very busy modern city with crowds and cars everywhere and loads of little cafes everywhere, all filled up - looks like Tunisians really love their coffee houses. Tall buildings, the very modern ones just next to mosques and other buildings of traditional Islam ...