Yadis Morjane Tabarka
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... Note Brett bought a really great rug for our house at the rug flop here! We Laos then stopped for an unimpressive lunch on our way to the beautiful resort, seaside village of Sid Bou Said. This is famous for the vibrant blue and white structures of the entire town. Bought some cool hand of Fatima shaped appetizer ...
... trying to describe what I needed but eventually the pharmacist produced a suitable spray - which cost around US$20 and smelt vile - but did the job.
If there was high unemployment in Tunisia, then the cafes and restaurants certainly did not reflect this situation. Street side coffee shops were jam packed with local patrons who appeared to be happily chatting and enjoying their coffee.
It was a good time to sit ...
... 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.
... beats the moderate Islamist Ennahda movement and becomes the biggest party in the country.
The first free presidential elections in November and December 2014 reflect this shift in Tunisia’s political landscape. Beji Caid Essebsi, leader of the secularist Nidaa Tounes party, claims victory in the second round run-off over the interim President of Tunisia, Moncef Marzouki and becomes the first directly-elected President ...
... 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 ...