Tunis Trip 2005 PART III
I had to divide the post into a third part as I've been having connection problems these last few days in Tripoli due to the rain and wind. The satellite dish almost flew off our roof this year and each time it rains there is so much static on the telephone line that there is hardly any tone.
What was I talking about ? aaah the Tunisian capital is a charming little city, please have a look at some of the streets.
A restaurant cafe?
In each country I go to I like visiting their main ‘old’ market, well here is the entrance to the medina/souk .Just like we have one in Tripoli only more commercial , i.e. geared for tourists perhaps ? I loved the antiquarians, but I have no way of knowing if those are real antiques or not so I did not buy any.
Their traditional clothes carry a lot of similarities to ours, witness those beautiful silks here..
So I'll log off and let you enjoy Tunis.