Golden Tulip Carthage Tunis
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... it was Lake Sizoubi where migratory Flamingos visit for two months of the year. And as we looked closer, the lake was a seething mass of bird life. Apparently, the north of Tunisia is famous for its migratory Flamingos. The Greater Flamingo (Phoenicopterus ruber), a sub-tropical bird, prefers alkaline or saline lakes or estuarine lagoons with very little vegetation. Although not usually a migratory species, the Flamingo will migrate if water levels rise ...
... said lots whereas the update was for less and that at only 20%. It is going to be pretty cool, magnified by the winds.
Back to the room for a stint before brekkie at 0700. A nice packaged cake, my second boiled egg, insipid black coffee, bread and butter constituted my repast with Tony, John and Cora, Eyesore coming along later. The SS Helen sat at another table [thankfully]. Omar sat with her for some strange reason.
Cora asked if she ...
... as yesterday. Less history and impressive things to look at, alot of haggling and a driver that spoke even less English. Todays driver Othman, still did a good job, but there was little room for small talk or charades. We discovered we had better chance conveying our message in simple french and Italian.
The first stop at Bardo Museum took around half hour from the hotel. We had around an hour here. The museum is set at the former Turkish Palace and features ...
Friday, Friday, Gotta get down on Friday...
So yeah, it's the first Friday of summer school. Made it through week one! Today was pretty normal minus our "bonus activity". Today we got to was pretty normal day with the exception of being stuck at the school until like 1830 watching a Tunisian movie. Mohammad picked a movie that was selected as one of the top 3 movies of the year. He said that he ...
... like the Tunisian uprising and their president. We ended the evening with a small get together of Bennett, Erika, Kristine, Jala, and Erika & Kristine's host brother. We met up at Chishawa's to enjoy some coffee and Shesha. Jala was very upset that she had a curfew of 2300 but come to find out both Kristine and Erika (because they were living together) had the same curfew as well. We took a cab home and prepared for the next ...