Sun Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... To my surprise, this made my girlfriend much happier. She wanted someone to hug and kiss. She wanted to live with a man, and have a baby. I told her I'd write to this man, soon after leaving Tunisia.
-----We said good-bye. I had to leave Tunisia and go to visit one more country, so my world travels would be complete.
-----She walked me to the door of her courtyard. We kissed. "Akhar boussa," she said. (Our last kiss.)
... One evening, I sat with the puppy in my arms. "Shkoon hatha?" I asked the puppy. (Who's that?) "Hatha oomm-k," I said, pointing to Ferhanny Hamimi. (That's your mom.) "Oo hatha ookht-k." (And that's your sister.) Semia and Ferhanny Hamimi thought it was funny that I pretended to have conversations with the dog. Apparently, Arabic people didn't do that?
"Shnuwwa tiheb tekul?" I asked the ...
... disconcerting as we lost our way & found ourselves in a fairly empty very scruffy area not knowing which way to go. We retraced our steps to an alley we recognised & followed it, not with much conviction, down to its end . Luckily, to our great relief, it was the correct route & we found ourselves at the edge of the souk near to the original gate in time to get back to the bus. Back again to our hotel to prepare for an early start ...
... it day before and said "Hey, check it out. That's the US Embassy" not knowing that it would be in the headlines the next day. But what are you going to do, stay home? You may as well worry about getting hit by a meteor.
So we missed the bullets but did get treated to one of the funnier episodes of my travels so far. Rocco and I were walking through the old Turkish quarter of Sarajevo when we run into a group from the place we were staying ...
I don't really like ticking things off a "bucket list" or saying that I "did" a place or country or site. I'm not saying there's aren't places that I have wanted to see or things I've wanted to do, but the whole list thing or ticking them off seems a bit formulated to me. It reminds me too much of tasks I have to do at home or at work where I'm actually quite the list guy, partly due to my organizational zeal and partly due to my pitiful memory. But I'm pretty sure I ...