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... wild cards. I might go there and two days later find myself really, really wanting to get out of there… Or I might find them to be wonderful, pleasant countries to explore and end up spending a couple weeks in each one. So it would be best to leave them as "Tunisia side trips" to allow myself maximum flexibility. If they suck, I can spend the rest of my time in Tunisia… if they don’t suck I can spend more the whole trip there ...
... a can of red bull,
some more vodka and then fill the rest up with sprite. I finished
packing my bags, got ready for the party – I put my I love Roma t
shirt on, then head up the hill to the bar.
Just outside the bar was picnic tables, so I
found the group there and started drinking with them. There were
other contiki groups here as well, last night there were 5 groups,
tonite there were 6, all different tours, some just ending some going
... tour guide, Francesca. She stood there figuring out our luggage situation, saying (what I can imagine were) incredibly mundane things in an incredibly passionate language.
"Shopping!" she said as we walked away from customer service, still luggage-less.
Trust me, finding clothes that fit my awkward body is hard enough in the States. I ...
... night because I waited like 45 for the only bus that went my way but gave up started walking (of course the bus soon went screaming by) Hit all the major highlights I could pack in with the help of an open top tour bus that did laps around the city, got the 2 day pass so the first day mostly road it around just to get my barrings and estimate how much time I would give to each site, some things where just a famous yet simple fountain that only needed 5 minutes to admire ...
... reservations was about 45 minutes long. We grit our teeth and settled into line, before being told we could go to yet another line, and go in much more quickly than the other poor chumps that were standing outside. After about eleventy more lines, a metal detector, twenty hundred gift shops, an escalator and another gift shop, we finally made into the actual museum itself. I have to say, and I think Ken felt the same, that the way we were all herded around and packed ...