Travel Blogs from Port El Kantaoui
-----"Tbeeby" (My doctor) Haikl made fun of me for constantly looking at my cut in the mirror. "Okay, Justin," he said. "Don't sleep tonight. Just lay on your back with the lights on, and hold the mirror over your head and look at your eye."
-----He continued to joke. "If you wake up at night and you need more coffee, get out of bed, walk all the way over to my house, wake me up, I'll put a bit more coffee in your eye, and you can go home."
... direction of Sousse. We crossed a new bridge completed by the Japanese. We were near the port area. Container boxes were a dime a dozen.
Good yapping at the back. John had been stationed in Trawna for a former bank [Cora works for CIBC downtown] so he had more than a passing familiarity with the city. I was taking the mickey out of him for trashing Tim Horton's coffee and Canuck wines, suggesting he must have actually been deported from Canada. He did agree ...
... 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 ...
... as we drive back to Port El Kantaoui how in the 9th century astute Phonecians thought that the site they named Hadrumetum, now modern day Sousse, would benefit from being developed as a port, to the modern day astute Tunisians who developed the site of Port El Kantaoui for ...
... It slopes towards a central drain which collects rainwater in an underground cistern. A colonade surrounds the courtyard and offers some protection from the sun.
After taking a few photographs we walk to the nearby Ribat.
Constructed in 821 AD the Ribat was one of a series of fortified monasteries which were built along the North African coast by the Aghlabids against the Christians marauders from nearby ...
Other places to stay in Port El Kantaoui
Zone touristique El Kantaoui, Port El Kantaoui | 4 star hotelfrom $91
- Nice surprise
- Great Family Holiday
Zone Touristique El Kantaoui, Port El Kantaoui | 5 star hotelfrom $81
- One of the best hotels in pek
- Good for tan, but not drinkers!
- Wonderfull hotel
7 Novembre, Port El Kantaoui | 4 star hotelfrom $37
- Great holiday
- Good and bad points
- Excellent choice
Port El Kantaoui | 4 star hotelfrom $35
- Loved It
- A prison. try and avoid.
- Definately not one to recommend. . .
BP No 56, Port El Kantaoui | 4 star hotelfrom $120
Boulevard 7 Novembre, Port El Kantaoui | 4 star hotelfrom $37
- Possibly too quiet
- Beware the carpet men !
- Tunisia at large
Jinane El Kantaoui, Port El Kantaoui | 4 star hotelfrom $119
- Going back
- Loved it!
- Going back for more
Zone Touristique El Kantaoui , Port El Kantaoui | 5 star hotelfrom $98
- Can't recommend it
- Be Careful! It's a trap!
- A disappointment...
Boulevard du 7 Novembre, Port El Kantaoui | Hotelfrom $36
- Faded Glory II
- Verblasster Glanz
El Kantaoui Hammam Sousse, Port El Kantaoui | 3 star hotelfrom $51
- Great Holiday
- 1* not 4*
- Cannot recommend
Zone Touristique El Kantaoui , Port El Kantaoui | 3 star hotelfrom $73
- Loch in der Hölle
- Nie wieder
- Fantasic place to stay
BP 55, Port El Kantaoui | 4 star hotelfrom $75
Route touristique BP 23, Port El Kantaoui | 4 star hotelfrom $84
- Dreat hotel
- Wonderful Hotel, Wonderful Holiday.
- Fabulous holiday
Jinene, Port El Kantaoui | 4 star hotelfrom $108
- Good Hotel
- 4 Star ?????
- Great holiday
Zone touristique, Port El Kantaoui | 3 star hotelfrom $16
- Chill out break
- Very poor.
- Liked it so much, I'm going again
Port El Kantaoui | 3 star hotelfrom $34
4089 Port El Kantoui, Port El Kantaoui | Hotelfrom $38
B.P.40, Port El Kantaoui | 5 star hotelfrom $79