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... He seems to be almost venerated by the people & his times are seen as a kind of golden age. We wandered in the medina with narrow passages between the houses & enjoyed seeing the range of products available.
After lunch, back in Sousse, we went to the ribat to see the recently re-opened museum of 2nd century AD mosaics & artefacts taken from villas in the area, in its courtyard. These were truly stunning, in size, ...
... on shopping but just observe and enjoy the atmosphere; honestly a decision made out of fear of being abused and shouted at by the pushy vendors...
Well, it was indeed a bit hectic, loud and we did get screamed at (most vendors shout all words they know, and mainly insults, in all possible languages, checking if you respond to any of that and see where you're from), but I suppose that's the joys of a souk:) I took some advice from the TA forums and (1) ...
... at a café overlooking the Roman edifice. Per my passion, I order something completely different – a Tunisian "Special". This is so wonderful, I fight with the girls to get my share. Backdrop on this café includes songbirds in cages chatting away as we dine and Berbers walking by.
I take a break to do a telephone interview for a potential new job assignment. I want to tell the person interviewing me, ...
Amanda wanted to get out of this dirty place as soon as possible, so we woke up at 6 AM and took a louage to El Djem. El Djem is a city and also a coliseum. So we got off at the bus stop and then walked about five minutes to the coliseum. It is the third largest coliseum in the world. I liked it better than the coliseum in Rome. We got to go underground and see the jail cells and people on the main floor could ...
... that the car have a good air conditioned. Of course, I know that August is not the better month to visit Tunisian ruins, being preferable to remain at the beach. By this reason we missed to go to Bulla Regia, perhaps a more interesting deposit than El Jem, although without amphitheatre.
This of El Jem deserves without any doubt the visit, despite the infernal heat. As the ...
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