- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Kids pool
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
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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 ...
... looked out to sea. Lastly we visited the grounds of the national museum which is housed in what was once a French cathedral and has magnificent views over Tunis and to the sea and has the remains of Punic houses destroyed by the Romans. And all this in one day!! We were very glad to get back to the ship and sip a cold beer as we listened to the sunset call to prayer. To the conservatory for tandoori night meal as we sailed past the lights of the gulf of ...
... 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 ...
... head-scarf, and danced. His sister Semira put on my men's kashabiya robe and danced with him.
-----And Semia danced. She held her arms stiffly out to the sides, and spun around like an oil drill.
On March 27th, Hatem's family once again came to Sminja. Semia wore a puffy white wedding dress. Her fingers were reddish-black with henna paint. "Nargiz" tattoos of flowering vines climbed beautifully from her index fingers, onto the backs of her ...