Palm Beach Palace Tozeur
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... into the desert on sand blown roads and dodging a rogue tumbleweed, we came to the largest salt pan in any desert in the world. 360 degrees of pinky beige silence. The dusty Africa Twin looked perfectly at home in its natural habitat. After a few minutes of solace in the desert, we looked at each other and, nodding in silent acknowledgment, turned the bike around and started on the long road home (through Italy, France, Monaco and finally Spain). Our road ...
... gaining some semblance of silence. Whispers, fine, but one's own personal contempt for somebody by talking over a microphone shows simple personal and national ignorance. Perhaps some in the group need access to the beehive boxes seen in one spot,
Noubi began stressing how nice the caleche ride in Tozeur was, implying the numbers weren't there. There were some modest dunes near the road. Some farming is about but not much.
We did not have to go as far back as ...
... us. Something about your story isn't 'clear'."
-----"How did you hear about this weekend's 'manifestation' in the desert? Is that why you came to Tunisia?"
-----Manifestation? There was going to be an electronic music festival! I'd seen posters for it all over town. But, I didn't plan on going. "C'est interdit," said the young bully. (It's forbidden.) "C'est interdit pour les gens de votre categorie." (It's forbidden for people of your ...
... of this short tree. Ow! The feathery palm leaves were armed with long, evil spikes. Aah! They stabbed my belly and back, and pierced the tips of my fingers.
-----I couldn't get through the leaves to the dates. But, like a stubborn child, I refused to give up. I wanted a date! I climbed the tree again. Ow! And again. Ooh! But, I couldn't reach the dates.
-----I suddenly became smart. This happened to me, every once in a while. I laid my clothes ...
... well known. In ancient times, before the advent of motorized vehicles, the oasis was important for the transportation through the Sahara, which took place in caravans. Today, the oasis is filled with open-air cafes, ideal places for coffee and shisha :) Tozeur is the ideal base for exploring the desert. We opted for a full day excursion with 4x4 jeeps, traveling through the desert, up and down sand-hills and visiting the beautiful Tamerza and Chebika ...