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... it was overcast and a bit drizzly. Paid the camera fee 1 TD and off on the tour, wind to be the big nemesis, blowing hard enough at times not only to impact shots but also to move you. For most of the time at Dougga it was sunny.
Disaster of disasters! My camera would turn on and shoot but I c/n zoom in or out, change the view finder setting or see pix taken. I think the camera is three year and I've taken well over ten thousand shots with it. This ...
... inspired tour of Carthage, we finished up at the pretty City of Bou Said. This was a pretty village, build up along cliff faces by the beach, characterised by its white and blue buildings, beautiful sandy beaches, and street bazaars. After a short time here, our guide had us back at our hotel. Time for delicious burgers fora late lunch nearby. We spent the afternoon swimming in the pool and relaxing. Nat ...
... something be wrong when it is opened (and I appreciate the contents are likely to be insured) there is always somebody who wants to point the finger of blame to seek compensation.
And so the considerations mount.
But the point is, there is a system that works. I can only repeat what I started by saying, and that is that the system is awesome, in the true sense of the word. I wish I knew more about ...
... 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, ...
... I probably got away with paying less for my ticket than I should have. After a few minutes the two-car train creaked into the station and we all squashed on. I was definitely the only foreigner on board but thankfully there were other women, so I didn't feel too out of place. We headed out past the port of La Goulette and towards Carthage, and maybe after about 20-30 minutes we arrived at the Carthage station I was going to (there are several ...