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... though their beliefs state that women should not partake in such studies. I'm glad that my time fosters great attention to women and their educational needs! Well -- not really in some places. Some things never change for some women. We had a bit of time to explore the area, and Waymon and I stumbled across great a mine cave that stretched a long way. But there are oranges, which makes me feel a bit homesick. They trade them and it has become helpful in their ...
... these past days, sleeping alot and preferring little to no conversation. I think she is stewing in her own anger because of how women are seen as subordinate to men during this time. I am a bit homesick but even more excited knowing we knocked off one city off our list. Ali and his men are planning to do business here as well. Even though the point of this trip was business I can't help but feel its like a vacation when I was rarely given the chance to travel back home. ...
... perfect women.
-----He was a direct descendant of Fatima's son, Husseim, who was killed by Saudi Arabia's King Yazid. King Yazid was worried Mohammed's descendants would try to seize control of the country. Husseim's children fled to Morocco. More recently, some of this family moved from Morocco to Kerouan.
-----Mr. Idriss explained all this to me, in his car. He added that he frequently saw the prophets Mohammed, Jesus, and Moses in his dreams.
... It internal colours are bright. While the interior still tells you its original purpose, other aspects like the seating and altar are gone. The stained glass windows, however, remain. The views from the second floor gave an added perspective 5 TD.
Off be headed for Kairouin around 1420 for our first long leg. Noubi described the ** Tunis Hotel [actually, the Tunisian Hotel] as 'just about alright'. Translation: don't expect much.
We left Tunis on Hwy 1, ...
... coliseum in the distance to my left and … Oh. My. God. It was a thing of beauty.
Five minutes (and several potholes) later we reached the entrance. I could not wait to get in there. However, Hassan had other ideas. Hassan took me inside and then spent his usual extended period of time giving me a lecture about the coliseum and the history of the area. (Why he can't find the time to do this in the car instead of making me wait to see the site is beyond me … I ...