Photos of Warda Residence
TripAdvisor Reviews Warda Residence Tozeur
Travel Blogs from Tozeur
... and although the world feels a little smaller, it feels just that much bigger too. The wanderlust within us has been unleashed. If you really think about the little years you potentially could have left on this planet that will go by so quickly swallowed up by train timetables, grocery lists and alarm clocks, there are many many adventures to be had on Earth at any time. If you don't know where to start, just start. For now, we hope they will wait for us. London ...
... toward El Hamma. Thin pipes carrying water were roadside, even smaller branches amongst rows of farmland. A donkey waiting while locals pulled up water from a communal well was a great scene.
At El Hamma, we headed westbound in the direction of Kibili to the southern part of a salt lake. The 'mini gas stations' along town streets are quaint. Helen of Troy is using her Kindle,
somebody forgetting to tell the blob Tunisia is outside. Any large green patches, ...
... How did you get from Tunis to Sminja?" They were asking me about my third day in Tunisia. I said I'd taken a train, the train that went to El-Fahss. "There isn't a train from Tunis to El-Fahss," said Pointy Pig Nose. Yes, there was ... I'd taken it! "No, there isn't," said Pointy Stupid Nose. "How did you really get from Tunis to Sminja?"
-----I felt helpless. I could do nothing but cry. Yet, I didn't do that. It felt awful that these ...
... sand beneath the tree. And I threw rocks at the dates. The little, brown olives fell onto my clothes. I filled my pockets with them, and began tasting the creamy buttery sugar of the fruits.
-----Justin 1, Nature 0.
-----Happily, I headed to town. I walked past buildings made of Tozeur's famous yellow brick. I was on my way to the ancient medina.
-----But, I got distracted by a small girl sweeping in front of a shop. I was surprised to see ...
... and Tunisia-oh and I think something happened in Syria as well.
Tunisia threw out its dictator who, by the accounts of all of the Tunisians I meet, essentially stole everything from the country and is now living in a luxury compound in Saudi Arabia, looking over his shoulder. I gathered that Tunisia's freedom is about three years old, with their liberation day being around 20 March (forgive me Driss if I ...
Other places to stay in Tozeur
BP 141 , Tozeur | 4 star hotelfrom $89
Place de Martires BP 16, Tozeur | 3 star hotelfrom $82
Route Touristique, Tozeur | 4 star hotelfrom $85
Zone Touristique, Tozeur | 4 star hotelfrom $83
Av Aboulkacem Echebbi, Tozeur | 4 star hotelfrom $72
Zone Touristique, Tozeur | Hotelfrom $93
BP 110, Tozeur | 4 star hotelfrom $140