Palm Beach Palace Tozeur
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a coffee before the 0645 appointed time.
The breakfast was simple: coffee, bread and the Kairouan sweets which were last night's dinner leftovers. Cora was worried how a possible option [the caleche ride] could impact those who did not want to do it.
We were off about 0720, 10M early, Helen of Troy muttering it was nice to have a time and sticking to it. She'll never cut Noubi a break so her monologue is getting monotonous.
Many of the surrounding hills ...
... above quote, when I told him about the national guard harrassing me.
-----I wouldn't be left in peace, though, until my host Haikl and I returned to the national guard building. There, we were told we had to register with the police that I was staying in Haikl's home. We rode through town on Haikl's motor-bike, looking for a place to make photocopies of our documents.
-----As we rode through town, Haikl greeted just about everyone. "Khoo-ya!" ...
... injured in accidents while driving 4x4 vehicles or motorcycles in the desert. Other tourists went to the hospital with diarrhea.
-----Haikl asked if I wanted to come over for lunch. Sure. Eating local food was safer than riding on camels.
-----I jumped on the back of Haikl's motor-bike, and we left Amina in the shop. We drove to Haikl's home and entered his walled-in courtyard.
-----Haikl said, "We'll pray together. Then, we'll eat." I ...
We drive to Chebika in a 4x4 convoy. We're lucky that with four of us we have the vehicle to ourselves. Josh is pleased to be sitting in the front watching our driver traverse terrain which ranges from the well maintained desert roads to the twisting and winding road leading to Chebika.
We slow down now and again to take advantage of ...
... 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 ...