VIME Sidi Mansour

Address: Zone Touristique , Midoun, 4199, Tunisia | Hotel
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    Classy Dirtbags

    A travel blog entry by driftdestitutes on Oct 25, 2015

    5 photos

    ... together, leaving hotels rooms together, meals, hungry sexual stares into each other's eyes! Racy stuff! I was determined to find out more but had little luck finding anything on the Internet....I must make a note to pick Shaz's brain. Maybe she will know something! Our time in the fairytale hotel went quickly and before we knew it we had to pack up and get moving. Our time is ticking away quickly in Tunisian and we are both gearing up and ...


    A travel blog entry by tezzatravels on Mar 22, 2014

    5 photos

    ... down after 0900 to see if I could help with the bags. Most people were on the bus at 0905, 25M early. Noubi expressed frustration thereon too. I did a bit more journal and headed down c 0920.

    Dumb Keith was greedily leaving his bag on a seat when the two bags Fashion Police and Eyesore were looking for seats. John was not surprised at the manners of his countryman. Wo(Man) and Helen of Troy are in the back seat so the yapping should be pretty constant today. Just ...

    Hey Let Me On Djerba!

    A travel blog entry by lawyerchick92 on Oct 12, 2013

    15 photos

    ... nine months a year, the nomads needed a place to store their crops. (Think of this as the earliest form of self-storage facility.)

    Each ksar held a series of ghorfas, which were long narrow semi-circular rooms made of stone, gypsum and mud and stacked three and four stories high. Each ghorfa, which was usually owned by a single family, was used to store a particular product such as grains, wheat or olive oil and was sealed with a door made of palm tree wood.

    The ...

    Island of Djerba

    A travel blog entry by noyelles on Apr 23, 2013

    4 photos

    ... lines & large coloured squares, a head scarf & a straw hat on top. It is quite a crowded place famous for its Fort dating from Roman & mediaeval times & its old Jewish Synagogue which apparently is a place of pilgrimage. This is guarded by armed police & we had to go through a half hearted bag search & detector to enter it. The design appears unusual to us as it has adjacent rooms for women & men rather than a ...

    A travel blog entry by djerbatourisme on May 19, 2011

    Hello, offers you all his staff and products to garentee you best holidays, satisfaction, pleasure and best prices.

    All we want is to bring back tourists to our fantastic Island by offering all sorts of entertainment and excursions at a price that they won't find with other :

    Trip around ...