Yadis Morjane Tabarka
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... morning and company. Not always the best combo. I headed outside to the patio to enjoy the ocean view and sunrise. Adel buzzed around the small kitchen, which would be equivalent to the size of a linen closet at home. He brings out cakes, baklava, 'hard boiled eggs' and coffee mugs. The entire morning scene was a rather awkward series of events. This was not the same individual who had greeted us the evening prior. I felt as if we were invading his personal space and unwelcome. ...
... more successful. Off we go, not realizing it was 18 kms away we arrive after an hour, hot and sweaty. Kory goes in and I hang out outside with the bikes enjoying watching all the people come and go. Our ride turned out to be a success, we got access to a phone card which allowed us to check our emails to see if our warm showers friend had emailed us back. He had! We were in luck, there was room for us and he was happy to open his home. We head back exactly to where we came ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...