Yadis Morjane Tabarka
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At the baths, we stepped into the latrine just as it started to hail. My arms were cold. The site overall was a bit underwhelming but that was largely due to the fact the ruins lacked the grandeur of the average Roman site.
On the road again, Erwin gave a spiel on the period from Augustus to the coming of the Arabs. Mother Nature continued to be a tempermental mistress: heavy rain and then snippets of blue sky and sun.
Did see today a ...
... for our internal flights in the country with Air Algeria. Little traffic as we headed to the domestic terminal. The usual check-in stuff plus an extra form that I was filling out the children's section. Shut up, all of you.
In the waiting area there was a prayer room. It's windy as we left. While we have a seat number, it's open seating on the B 737-800 flight to Annaba. Chatted with John about travel, at least when he wasn't spitting on ...
... Are there lots and lots of small ones?
-----Immediately, she notices a fish swimming beside her. He's one foot long, and as wide as her hand. She catches him. She brings him back to her boat.
-----Suddenly, the scientist realizes she's run out of time. She won't be able to catch any more fish.
-----So, she examines the one she has.
-----He's not too big, not too small. He's limited in his spatial demensions, ...
Among Mwassan's three teen-aged daughters, one covered her hair. Another one exposed her long black braid, and was rather pretty. I watched these two doing housework. The plump one with her hair covered did all the work. The pretty one sat and played with her phone.
Walking through the farming company, Mwassan's daughters never looked at or greeted anyone. It seemed like the two ...
... quite a large Roman town.
From here we drove south east to Dougga, another Roman town built on a hillside overlooking another fertile plain. Here there was a beautifull partly restored temple & a magnificent 3500 seat theatre which was built into the hillside still with some of the pillars of the stage. Again this had been a Numidian site before the Romans ...