Tunisia - from Arab Towns, to Roman Ruins, to the Southern Rocky Desert December 28th 2005 Al salaam a'alaykum (A formal greeting in Arabic that stands for “peace be on you”),
How are y’all? I just returned from a trip to Tunisia. Nestled along the Mediterranean coast in Northern Africa, Tunisia has been a crossroads of cultures for several millennia. I didn’t know much about the country before my visit. Looking at a map, you can see that it is wedged between Libya and Algeria. ... read more
Africa » Tunisia Following independence from France in 1956, President Habib BOURGUIBA established a strict one-party state. He dominated the country for 31 years, repressing Islamic fundamentalism and establishing rights for women unmatched by any other Arab nation.... ... read more
Hi y'all, I'm glad I found this site. I can finally do what i've always wanted, post my writeups online with an unlimited room for pics.
What can I say? Life is beautiful and so we need to enjoy it. At a young age I discovered the joy of travel. As many of you out there, I too have the travel-bug, the urge to travel and discover what's out there. My dream is to visit all of the corners of the globe: from East to West; and from North to South.
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