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... as mine...if anything he was anxious the whole time about getting sick.
For the rest of the day we cafe/bar hopped, mingled with staff and consumed soooo much food. After an exhausting day of relaxing we had an early night (obviously we caught up on the latest ebola news before bed time as per our routine he he).
Tomorrow Barcelona Spain....woohoo shopping!!!!!!!!!
... about the types of fish caught. Again, and like the Sicilian Palermo markets, a lot of the fish varieties were very familiar, with cod, mackerel, tuna, trevally, mullet, bream and snapper on display. There was even one of our very favourite fish - a John Dory for sale.
NOT THE BARDO MUSEUM
Time was moving on and we began to wonder when we would be seeing the Carthage ruins and the Bardo Museum when Ahmed suddenly stopped our ...
... latter was important; the former, not so. The 'metro' was what we would call a tram or street car. It was packed. Tony said when Helen sat down there was space enough freed up for three people to stand. I am getting more of his politically incorrect humour as the trip wears on.
Barbed wire greeted us at the entry to the Bardo. Noubi was yapping outside the museum when we all wanted to go inside and get his portion of the tour over. It was already c 1445.
... were fun. A penalty kick was taken by Cristiano.
Saw last night's dinner venue. We decided to try it again for a quick lunch.
Back to the hotel to finalize things, including a last email home. The beds had already been made. Down before noon to leave the large bags.
Went to the same spot for lunch that we had the final group dinner. We each had six kebabs and shared a plate of chips. A more indifferent waiter would be hard to find 250 ...
... and virtually intact) underground villas that were constructed by the wealthy Bulla Regia citizens to escape the oppressive summer heat and the cold winter days.
Bulla Regia also features the beautiful Memmian Baths, (which were nice, but still nothing compared to the baths at Carthage), as well as a very nice and well preserved theater. But the star of the site were the six Roman villas that featured one floor at ground level and one floor below ground. The ground ...