Tunisia

Ancient Roman Spa in Tunisia

Immersed in Ancient Rome at Hammam Mellegue, Tunisia

A Unique Spa Day at an Ancient Roman Bath This article was written and scheduled for posting earlier this month before the Sousse tragedy occurred. Our thoughts go out to the families of the victims and to the Tunisian people. Incidents such as […]

Le Kef Tunisia

On the Edge of Safe in Le Kef Tunisia

Finding the Top Five Attractions at Le Kef on the Tunisian Frontier This article was written and scheduled for posting earlier this month before the Sousse tragedy occurred. Our thoughts go out to the families of the victims and to the […]

Marabout Monastir

Marabout in Monastir

Marabout in Front of Bourguiba Mausoleum Monastir is a beautiful seaside city with an old Ribat built to watch for invading Byzantium galleys. The massive stone walls and tower of the ancient fortress along the waterfront provides us a step back in […]

WHS Bulla Regia

World Heritage Site – Bulla Regia Roman Houses

Tunisia in the winter! If you ask me there’s no better time to go! The temperature is manageable, the weather is changeable, and the country side is covered in green! Tromping through most of the incredible archaeological sites is as […]

Tunisia OlivesTunisia Olives

Tunisia Olives from Tree to Table – A Photo Essay

From tree to end product, this photo essay is all about those delicious olives! Tunisia olives are world reknown, and surprisingly, it is one of the world’s leaders in olive production. Traveling around the countryside, especially during the olive harvest, […]

TunisiaTunisian Woman removing olive branches from her orchard.

Reflection #493 – Tunisia Woman and Donkey

The Tunisian winter is the time to harvest the olives, then clean up the orchards to get ready for another year. I was overwhelmed my the number of olive orchards in Tunisia. Olives provide over 18% of their Gross National […]

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