The ferry took us to Djerba, where we found two mind-expanding sites in El Ghriba Synagogue and Djerbahood, and then we dipped into the sea.
Me 'n' Ali made it to the Colosseum at El Djem, and to the gorgeous national museum full of preserved Roman mosaics.
In which Ali and I head, ahem, north and west. Or rather west and then north. Very near Algeria, actually. And from HOT to mountain to sea.
When Ali decided to come see me in Tunisia, I got a chance to make amends for my failure to see more of this beautiful country. Post #1!
This blog post is everything and nothing about life in Tunis in the countdown to our departure for as-yet-undetermined climes. We still love it here...
Valentine's Day is too emotionally charged to be anything but annoying. But it does make me stop and look at the years I've enjoyed with Ramon