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  • Tunis 2Ok, I've spent a little more than 2 weeks in Tunis at Bryan's place with his flatmates Daniel, Megan, and Chris. THANK YOU guys for letting me stay so long! Tunisia is very similar to Morocco on first sight (I'm Posted by 5fingerfab in Fabrice Lambert's travel diary | Mar 29, 2008
  • TunisI'm in Tunis at Bryan's place and I've mostly been drinking and partying for 10 days now. I probably won't be able to get into Lybia, so I'll party some more and then go to Egypt. Important news (for me anyways): Posted by 5fingerfab in Fabrice Lambert's travel diary | Mar 21, 2008
  • Hideaway Home Walking along Mahdia's shoreline road, heading to the point called "Cap Afrique" [i]In this post, Jenn breaks her silence! She was finally not too busy with all the other planning Posted by jennrob in Our Big World Trip | Feb 1, 2008
  • French ImmersionJan 18-19 (Rob) We landed in Tunis yesterday, and found ourselves immersed in a French-speaking culture. This was quite a shock, because we've been coasting on English, and a few simple phrases since China (where there was really no English). Posted by jennrob in Our Big World Trip | Jan 20, 2008
  • The Real Tunisia...A 2 hour Louage back to Tunis; then another 3 hour trip and suddenly you find yourself exactly where you didn't want to be, Hammamet. European prices, heavily tattooed pasty English families and Medina that would have been beautiful in Posted by clancy_of_ in Adventures and Challenges, My 18th Year | Sep 19, 2007
  • Fish Fillets in Bizerte;Morning dawned and some exploration was to be had. I had heard of some beaches about 7km south of Bizerte known as Remel Plage, aparently among some of the best beaches along this stretch of coast. Turning a corner towards Posted by clancy_of_ in Adventures and Challenges, My 18th Year | Sep 17, 2007
  • Tunis retourI'm sick. Headache, bit of a sore throat, weak, fever / ultra night sweats, hot but feel cold, runs. Most likely to be heat related or from the plane, Alison helped lots by reading worst case sicknesses from guidebook, Hep Posted by urchinjoe in La Presence Anglais a Tunisia | Sep 18, 2007
  • Tunisian Coast;"This is Africa"; the sun always brighter, the scenery ever changing and the people so diverse. It's hard not to fall in love with it, and I'm beginning to get the feeling I have. From the moment I stepped off the Posted by clancy_of_ in Adventures and Challenges, My 18th Year | Sep 15, 2007
  • Tunisiahttp://urchinjoe.travellerspoint.com (http://urchinjoe.travellerspoint.com) to visit our latest holiday! Posted by alikatd in Alison and Joe | Sep 16, 2007
  • SaharaFirstly, this was, indeed, amazing: I've wanted to see really empty landscape for a long time and we got that, and wild camels to boot. However, there were one or two minor niggles to be found, in that the driver Posted by urchinjoe in La Presence Anglais a Tunisia | Sep 16, 2007
  • Red sandWent to the museum which was quite good - although it was divided into 3 parts which had to be paid for seperately. History part was the best as it gave a good history of Tunisia, the Arabian Nights area Posted by alikatd in La Presence Anglais a Tunisia | Sep 16, 2007
  • It's hotHeadin' south. Got up at 6a, yesterday... or not today anyway, time has got a little muddled now... and caught the train to El Jem. Which left at 10am so we had time to kill. Excitment at the station when Posted by urchinjoe in La Presence Anglais a Tunisia | Sep 13, 2007
  • TunisWe arrived in Tunis yesterday, and so far we have been fleeced twice and nearly robbed once and almost sold a drum / lamp / vase by a man who had "a brother in Cumbria". Robber was clever but needs Posted by urchinjoe in La Presence Anglais a Tunisia | Sep 11, 2007
  • Tunisia #3Well the whole Tunisia thing ended up on Saturday. The final highlight was a visit to the small town of El Jem which has an absolutely magnificent Colosseum. This is in much better condition than the one in Rome with Posted by GVCharlton in Graeme & Vicky go travelling | Apr 2, 2007
  • Tunisia 2It is very nearly impossible to write using this keyboard. Some of the keys have four options incuding arabic script and the letters are also in the wrong places. Yesterday we were in Kebili, an oasis on the edge of the Posted by GVCharlton in Graeme & Vicky go travelling | Mar 29, 2007
  • Tunisia#1Greetings from Tunisia! This is day three of our Tunisian experience and it is the first real chance we have had to add to the website. We are Kebili which is in the south of the country next to an oasis. We arrived Posted by GVCharlton in Graeme & Vicky go travelling | Mar 27, 2007
  • Souqs, Sand and Star WarsHaving been unable to afford the preposterously overpriced tix home for a proper Xmas in the sun, and despairing at the thought of a grey, bleak Xmas day in London, I decided to spend Xmas holidays in Tunisia! Posted by Backpasher in Backpashing Africa | Jan 13, 2006
  • TunisiaWhilst back in England for a few weeks got itchy feet and thought I'd do a little side trip with my mate Skippy before heading back out East. Knowing nothing about Tunisia and never having considered Africa before Skip suggested it Posted by lcassey in Lee and Chris' Excellent Adventure | May 17, 2006
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