Sun Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... beside it. A safe bet and place to start when in a new country and ordering food, no one ever wants to get ripped off at the local food joint. We head in and are greeted by a happy sweaty young man who places us at the table in the centre of the commotion. We attempt our best to place our order in French. Kory goes for something he recognizes from previous travels and I order la plat Tunisian. Kory's meal was a hit, I on the other hand failed miserably. I received a plate ...
... abuse. Tunisian youth comprises around 20% of the 11 million Tunisians but disproportionally accounts for over 40% of the unemployed labor force.
Commentators are cautiously hopeful that the situation for Tunisia will continue to improve with a liberalisation of restrictive labour market policies, strengthening private sector contribution to growth and reform of the education sector to better reflect the skills required by the private sector. ...
... Territory, Iraq, Bahrain, Libya, Kuwait and Western Sahara.
Tunisia is in transition since President Zine El Abidine Ben Ali was ousted in January 2011. Three years after the Arab Spring the political landscape of Tunisia sees a shift in the broad support for a moderate Islamist party to a backing of a more secular wing. This appears in the results of the second democratic parliamentary elections in October 2014 as the ...
... Islamic prayer, having recently read much of the "Hadith" (The Sayings and Teachings of the Prophet Mohammed). In fact, about half of the three hundred pages I'd read were about prayer. I now knew something about Mohammed's character, as well. He was extremely disciplined. Some might've called him: "Quirky."
- - In spite of great success, he spent much of his life-time bowed in humility to Allah. His success was no doubt a result of ...
Arose at 4.30 am, taxi to Centrale bus station in Palermo, the a bus trip of almost two hours to get to Trapani for the 9 am ferry to Tunis across the Mediterranean. In Trapani it took almost two hours of processing at the ferry terminal to get our tickets and the police stamp needed to exit Italy! Fortunately the ferrry was wildly late anyway (it eventually left around midday instead of 9 am!) so no harm was done, even though ...