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... for the return trip. I was so tired I wondered whether I'd enjoy the dinner. Back in the room c 1745.
Had a shower and did some journal time. Pix were downloaded. A free water per a knock on the door.
Down at 1920 for the trip to La Goulette. John and I agreed seating was important ie away as much as possible from the boring people. Seating would be like a Navy Seal operation, Brys.
The meal was very nice. Noubi and Othman joined us. ...
... Monsoor always wanted to laugh.
- - The craziest thing about him was, although he himself was missing an interesting combination of teeth, he made fun of Saloha. To the delight of his family.
- - Ferhanny Hamimi, Haikl, and Ferhan -
- - Monsoor's wife, Ferhanny Hamimi, seemed to be the only family member born under Saturn. (Romans used to believe people born under Saturn were somber, while those born under Jupiter were ...
... go inside the building they need to have some association with the government and must have an appointment for months in advance. After about 30 minutes, the group had stopped to pray, in which time we were able to sneak out of the building safely.
After the embassy, we went to our hotel. This place was AMAZING. It was right on the beach and my roommates and I had a lovely view of it from the balcony right outside our ...
... 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 ...
... Really liked it, pity we had no time to explore it a bit more.
The Medina of Tunis was an amazing experience! Very busy, huge, very exotic and felt more authentic than the one in Sousse. Quite frankly the one in Sousse seems more like a man-made attraction, almost a shopping centre for tourists when compared to the one in Tunis.
Not sure if it's lack of initial fear or more experience but we enjoyed it a lot more this time, didn't get as ...