Regency Tunis Hotel
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- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... 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 ...
TD 6 So after my 13 hour nap, I got up and prepared for school like any other day. School is getting pretty locked into it's schedule for the summer. I've been getting frustrated with class from time to time but I am learning a lot so life is pretty good. The interesting part of the day today was my new friend Moze. He is a random guy who we started a conversation with outside of our school today. ...
TD 1 So, to finish up TD 1/2 real quick. After I wrote that I came across two texans in the Frankfurt Air Port. Turn out one of them goes to TexasA&M and the other is half Tunisian and fully bilingual in Arabic and English. After talking for a while they invited me to crash at his house because I hadn't already made plans. The plan ride to Tunisian went well and once we landed I got to meet his mom. The ride back with the mom is where the night ...
... was Tunisian. Apparently I look exotic enough to be asked if I was from a variety of countries such as Brazil, India, China and Bangladesh.
Here are a few facts that I learned while in Tunisia.
1) When referring to their recent revolution, Tunisians prefer the term "the revolution of dignity" not the "Jasmine Revolution".
2) All levels of education is free (aren't they lucky...)
... But they also hate the Bosniaks who are the muslims in Bosnia-Hercegovina. Now in Bosnia there are also large populations of Croats and Serbs living that would rather be annexed by their big brothers than carry on their current political menage trois. The Croats don't like the Serbs much because they fought each other over the current boundaries and also because of a "sibling rivalry" from when they were the two dominant ethnic groups in the ...