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... pleasant time of the day, with families chatting and children playing in the streets. We passed a children's fun park called "Kids Park" and smiled when we saw that one of the numerous cubby houses was a miniature plastic mosque.
The sun was setting and shadows drew long black triangles across our lonely road out of Kairouan. Eerie white salt pans lined sour fields interspersed with stands of Banna grass and sugar cane. We passed old trucks ...
... Pakistan. And like many emerging nations, the enormous difference between living standards of the wealthy and the poor was staggering - and concerning.
Bizerte is the the oldest and most European city in Tunisia, being founded around 1100 BC by Semitic Phoenicians from Tyre. Its strategic position as a naval port on the Mediterranean Sea resulted in Bizerte being the last town to remain under French control after the rest of ...
... or cheapness John and I suspect] of rooms in Sidi Bin Said for these last two nights. Our little group [sans Omar]ordered bottles of red and white wine, the former the better one. My mixed salad included seven varieties. The first entree was a whitefish. It was the usual fight with bones. The second entree was a beef fillet. For dessert, I had chocolate mousse 20 TD.
The leftover tip kitty was roughly 415 TD. It was split on the sheet between Othman and Noubi, ...
... prevalent. Small towns dotted the landscape. There was actually an overdue appearance by the sun a bit after 1000. Fruit tress were bereft of their staples.
I was nodding off a bit, some low level of fatigue a constant companion in north Africa. Never thought I'd see Enfila Ville, if only from a dirty train window, in my life. Some New York Yankee ball caps spotted [one a ghastly orange] and even a Man U jacket, Steve. There were some farm animals, ...
... allowed you to attach bags to both sides of your "bheem"
- - "ljam" - a muzzle with a rope attached to it, which pulled on your donkey's tongue to make him move
- - "hjar" - a rope which you tied to a front leg and back leg of your "bheem" at night, with a third end tied to a stake in the ground, so that even if he freed himself from the stake he wouldn't be able to walk away very quickly
- - "shaair" - wheat
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