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  • Hols for a weekQuick hol in the sun Posted by mktravels in Turning the world green | Feb 3, 2015
  • Kairouan-Another World Heritage SiteThe hotel breakfast is nothing to yell from the rooftops about. But it is a relaxing, clean environment and the bread and jam is yummy, the coffee hot and strong. Wifi too! This works! Since Kelsey wants us to live as Posted by 10-7 in Pupule | Mar 1, 2010
  • El Jem - Yes, Another World Heritage SiteWe slept in today thinking we might not accomplish much. Let's just chill. Meandered by the bus station to check the schedule for trips to El Jem – perhaps we will go tomorrow. Louages are fine, but buses Posted by 10-7 in Pupule | Mar 2, 2010
  • Port el Kantaoui Postcard Perfect Tourist MagnetThe morning begins with a beautiful walk down the Cornish (which is the wide walkway along the beach). Thank goodness it is early in the day and the wall is not elbow to elbow with the male gawkers that spend Posted by 10-7 in Pupule | Mar 3, 2010
  • Train Ride - Sousse to TunisToday was our lazy day. We relaxed on the train ride from Sousse back to Tunis. We had decided to against adding a remote third city destination to our itinerary. Most all of our options involved places far Posted by 10-7 in Pupule | Mar 4, 2010
  • Tunisian Epilogue - Final Day and ThoughtsOur days of clear skies and sunny 75 degree plus weather are over. It is now heavily overcast, rainy and cold. This is a sign. The morning began with introductions to Ted and then off to Kelsey's favorite café to Posted by 10-7 in Pupule | Mar 5, 2010
  • Sidi Bou Said - City of Blue, White and GreenSidi Bou Siad is the abbreviation of the Muslim saint's name who lived here. His full name was Abou Said ibn Khalef ibn Yahia Ettamini el Beji. This lovely blue and white village is gaily perched on the cliffs overlooking Posted by 10-7 in Pupule | Feb 26, 2010
  • Come with me to the KasbahCrepes, Coffee and freshly squeezed orange juice at Kelsey's favorite café. Sugar crepe, honey crepe and chocolate crepes are the best. Chocolate wins. Unfortunately, this time someone ordered a harrissa and egg crepe. We would determine later th Posted by 10-7 in Pupule | Feb 27, 2010
  • Sousse - World Heritage SiteThe Hotel Carlton in Tunis had a free breakfast. This was the first morning we decided to take advantage of it. Moldy olives anyone? We were hungry when we boarded the train in the first class section for our Posted by 10-7 in Pupule | Feb 28, 2010
  • Tunis - The Cafe Culture CapitalFirst, you must understand that our trip to Tunisia had nothing to do with any long held desire to visit this Mediterranean nation. Until recently, we probably could not have located Tunisia on a mental map. Our motivation was based Posted by 10-7 in Pupule | Feb 25, 2010
  • Carthage, Acient City of TunisiaCarthage is five (5) train stops long. This is not a drop by thing that you bang out in a day. We caught the local train just walking distance from the Carlton hotel on the other side of the Posted by 10-7 in Pupule | Feb 26, 2010
  • 2010 - TunisiaWhat a fabulous experience for my first trip out of Europe! Staying half way between Sousse and Port El Kantaoui at the Royal Marhaba Salem hotel, I managed to pack in loads in the week I was there. Thursday On this, Posted by JosTravel2016 in Joanne's Travel | Feb 7, 2016
  • Tabarka Jazz FestivalI was excited. I'd never been to a concert let alone a music festival. I had heard that this was a festival were lots of musicians came. I didn't really know any of them except Kool and the Gang. I Posted by NBALegend in A Holiday in Tunisia | Nov 25, 2015
  • National Basketball GameI'm a basketball fanatic. I just love the game of basketball. I love to play it in real life and on console. I even study it. If I took basketball as a subject I would ace the subject with flying Posted by NBALegend in A Holiday in Tunisia | Nov 24, 2015
  • International Festival of the SaharaI had been waiting for this for a long time. I had been researching on the origins and purpose of it. The International Festival of The Sahara. A four-day event to celebrate the Tunisian desert culture. The event is filled Posted by NBALegend in A Holiday in Tunisia | Nov 24, 2015
  • Day Twelve - La Goulette, TunisiaWelcome to Africa! There were camels on the dock, waiting (for a price) to take the tourists for a spin. [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/660648/EE6D44532219AC6 Posted by Cybercsp in Noordam Cruise - Barcelona to Rome | Apr 15, 2014
  • Monty Python in the Roman Ruins of Africa[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/556630/Sousse_El-Jem_011.jpg thumb=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/5566 Posted by jaytravels in The Foreigner | Oct 23, 2013
  • Summer in La GouletteI am often asked how I decide where to go on my vacations and --more recently- how I have chosen the countries for my RTW. There is no one answer, but here is how I decided on Tunisia... ===Discovering Cultures Through Posted by jaytravels in The Foreigner | Oct 28, 2013
  • Adhan: The Call to Prayer[center][/center] ===Adhan=== Adhan is the calll to prayer recited by the muezzin at prescribed times from a mosque—usually from the top of a minaret. It is a summons Posted by jaytravels in The Foreigner | Oct 13, 2013
  • My Passport is Stolen![img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/556630/Tunis_Doors_Passport_084.jpg thumb=http://photos.tra Posted by jaytravels in The Foreigner | Oct 8, 2013
  • Tunisia III“Those Romans, they were a cluey bunch.” Since I departed sub-Saharan Africa, I have travelled to eleven countries spread throughout the Mediterranean Region. Remarkably though, this entire duration has been spent within the frontiers of the Roman Empire Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo Trip | May 12, 2013
  • Tunisia IIWithout Nadia’s dramatic intervention, I may have restricted my travel through Tunisia to the country’s famed Northern cities and tragically neglected on visiting the South. Fortunately though, Nadia’s self-invited participation in my journey and her dict Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo Trip | May 11, 2013
  • Tunisia IFinally somewhere in the Mediterranean that uses chili in their cooking! Tunisia surprisingly provided some of the best culinary experiences of the trip and it was a welcome relief to eat spicy food once more. Oops, there I go again! Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo Trip | May 4, 2013
  • Seven Days in Hammamet Arriving at the Riu Marharba Palace Hammamet late at night presented l Posted by PiandLi in Peter and Lilian | Dec 11, 2012
  • Punic Piggies, a Tunisian adventure pt. IIThe piggies got their new Tunisian friend to take them to Carthage (it was very big so they went two different days) Which was lucky because the second day the park was closed but he spoke to them in Arabic and Posted by gabell in ThreeLittlePiggies | Aug 12, 2012
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