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  • 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
  • Brave New Piggie, a Tunisian adventure part IThe piggies take a bold move and fly from Milan to Tunis.... Their first day they journey to Posted by gabell in ThreeLittlePiggies | Aug 8, 2012
  • Viva la revolution Although we had flown into Tunis-Carthage airport, it took us nearly 2 weeks to finally visit and explore the fantastic Tunisian capital. Tunis is a Posted by remoteman in The Med and more | Jun 11, 2012
  • Louaging around Tunisia For most people, the Sahara conjures up an image of desolate beauty. Harsh winds blow across rolling dunes, seemingly devoid of life save a few hardy camels. A place w Posted by remoteman in The Med and more | Jun 5, 2012
  • Day 253 – The European Landing Our boat sailed for all but two hours of the day. We whiled away time as best we could, watching DVDs in the closed bar, home of the only electricity sockets we could find, and being told off repeatedly by Posted by ibeamish in The Scramble for Africa | Jun 5, 2012
  • Cairo, Egypt to Tunis, TunisiaAfter I had a nice four days in Cairo I got all of my belongings and I headed to the airport. I was able to get a flight that was a one way trip from Cairo to Tunis, Tunisia. I Posted by ja55ie in My Dream Trip around the World | May 29, 2012
  • A spot of sun worship. Squeezed between Libya to the east and Algeria to the west, Tunisia can easily be overlooked on a map of Africa. But the people of Tunisia grabbed their time in Posted by remoteman in The Med and more | May 27, 2012
  • Tunisia 2006 Samira Club, Hammamet Samira Club, Hammamet [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/480124/l Posted by natasa86 in HAKUNA MATATA | Apr 22, 2012
  • Living in TunisiaWhen I arrived this time, I thought I’d upgrade my regular Sony TV to one of those wall mounted, flat screen, LCD, all singing & dancing ones. The shop owner I deal with said they had a super deal on Posted by Essem in Tunisia | Apr 1, 2012
  • The French Influence===Sunday 31-1-65 to Tuesday 2-2-65=== From Tripoli we were given a lift by two Canadians in a Kombi Van. We thought perhaps they could take us all the way to Morocco, but we left them after two days. We went with Posted by Ozac in Shoestring Road | Jul 13, 2011
  • Tunis, Tunisia An early morning put us in the La Goulette, the suburb of Tunis which is the capital of Tunisia in North Africa. The first stop was just for photos at the Punic Ports wher Posted by ErinDriver in Drivers Touring Europe....and Beyond | Sep 1, 2010
  • new years evehey all, HAPPY NEW YEAR! well it is at home.... hope you all had many drinks and an awesome time. i have spent the last 2 days relaxing in the sun, looking through markets and sitting in cafes the lady who i am Posted by Annafr in Anna in Africa | Dec 31, 2009
  • Tunisiaarrived last night in tunisia, after a long day of flying and in airports. Room is beautiful i feel like a queen, Alex the lady who runs the accomm is lovely, she is organising a day excursion for me to go Posted by Annafr in Anna in Africa | Dec 30, 2009
  • TUNISIA 2THURSDAY 22 OCTOBER We left the hotel at 9am (after the worst brekky we’d had so far – bad coffee and Madeira cake with fig jam??) Toured the sites of Kairouan – starting with the Great Mosque [img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/238771/I Posted by skyewilson in Where on earth is Skye? | Nov 15, 2009
  • TUNISIA 1 TUNISIA – FRIDAY 16 OCTOBER 2009 It took a couple of hours to get through to Tunisia – I think this was due to the flash visa stamp that they gave each of us which included a photo! Posted by skyewilson in Where on earth is Skye? | Nov 14, 2009
  • Tunis - Tunisia and beyondAfter an invite from Ieu to visit him in Tunisia where he teaches English and a first class ticket for a weekend under £200 I would have been silly to turn him down! With the weather in the high thirties Posted by LizaBrooks in Liza's Missions around the world | Jul 8, 2009
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