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... The land surrounding Sminja was owned by large agricultural companies, owned by the government or by rich Europeans. Maybe Tunisians should've made a revolution against that?
3. OBSESSION WITH RELIGION
4. BARKING, ATTACKING DOGS -
-----It was hard to find a camping spot where barking dogs wouldn't keep you awake at night. In Sminja, it was scary to walk on the edge of town after dark.
5. CLASSICAL ARABIC -
-----If books ...
... and more phone numbers followed by the same warnings today to avoid any political unrest within Tunisia you have to start feeling that you are on a NATO exercise instead of a cruise. Anyway we ventured ashore on a short excursion which took us around Roman ruins which were more interesting than temples but not as interesting as ale houses, you can start to sense the desire for us to return home ...
... very intricate icing sugar. The mosaics are from the Roman period and have to be seen to be believed. Their quality and size and their completeness are astonishing. After this our guide led us through the medina or market of Tunis to the great mosque and we were able to have a little wander and do some shopping - these places are like a maze so we didn't do too much wandering though Rob did have a little explore on his own - and returned safely! The ...
... waist up, and I agreed. She asked, "Weqt-ash?" (When?) and "Ween?" (Where?) These were important questions. Our intimacy had to remain secret. She had once suggested that, if she and I were ever just alone in the same room together, her male family members would kill us.
-----I didn't fear these small and friendly men. And "Sneaky" was my middle name - a middle name so sneaky that neither my own mother nor the F.B.I. knew I had it. When ...
... Semia was hilarious, because she made jokes and didn't care who she offended. She looked like a dimpled fourteen-year-old, and I was sure she'd experienced no emotional trauma her whole life. She was always joking to me that a different one of her neighbors (for example, Hmida) had "klaa rassu". This meant, literally: he'd eaten his head. It was Semia's favorite way of saying someone was dead.
-----She had taught me this phrase. At first, I ...