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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Heated pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Adult pool
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... we headed up to the roof patio to listen to the evening call to pray before we made our way to our rooms for an early night. Having a big day tomorrow and wanting to get an earlier start we organized and packed as much as we could before crawling into the sheets for some shut eye. We were able to sleep with the window wide open with no worries of mosquitos as Shaz had spent her afternoon tacking up nesting on each window as make shift screens, what a jack of all trades she ...
... a squeal of delight and a bubbly UK accent. We had a quick chat and I was given very thorough detailed directions to a meeting point, Shaz wasn't hard to pick out of the crowd, as I am sure Kory and I don't look totally normal either. She strolled up in white capri pants, hot pink blouse, all smiles and arms open and ready for a hug. Any concern or nervousness I had had prior disappeared. I instantly felt as if I had been friends with her forever. ...
We got back on the bikes today! It has been nearly 5 days since we have rode. I was starting to get antsy about heading out and getting this Tunisia tour started. Kory could have gone both ways. There are many tourist sites to see in Tunis and we could have easily spent 2 or 3 more days there, but we will be back. We have to come back to Tunis at the end of our circuit to catch a ferry again and we will set a day aside before we leave to meet up with ...
... university professors or socio-psychologists or communists or documentary film-makers or confused young men, thought they knew everything already and didn't really listen. I preferred to spend time with people I joked around with; these jokesters also made better listeners.
2. THE FOOD / HARISSA -
-----Oil, tomato paste, and a red pepper paste ("harissa") were overused, as substitutes for vegetables. The poor people in Sminja didn't grow ...
... what could be misconstrued as cynical views no doubt. The weather is starting to be more what I suppose we are to expect within Europe for this time of year but is a big change from what we have been used to but it is quite good to have a gradual return to our climate. We sail to Menorca tonight where we are due to catch up with friends so looking forward to that before heading home via Lisbon. Sent from my ...