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Tunis Tourism: Taxi Ride in Tunis
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Tunis Tourism: Taxi Ride in Tunis

The driving in Tunisia was relatively straightforward. Unlike in some places like Egypt and India, we didn't feel unnerved by the traffic situation in Tunis. This video shows a bit of a taxi ride through Tunis.Related Posts:Tunisia Travel: Tunis Traffic (video)Tunisia Travel: Arabic Language in Tunis (video) ...
Tunisia Travel: Tunis Traffic
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Tunisia Travel: Tunis Traffic

This video documents a traffic jam in Tunis in 2015 when we visited Tunisia for five weeks. In comparison with places like Egypt and India, the traffic in Tunisia was reasonably organized and safe.Related Posts:Tunis Tourism: Taxi Ride in Tunis (video)Tunisia Travel: Arabic Language in Tunis (video) ...
Tunisia Travel: Inside the Medina in Tunis
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Tunisia Travel: Inside the Medina in Tunis

This video is a brief look into Tunis's bustling medina (the old city). It's an interesting destination to visit if you're in Tunis. Medinas are different everywhere in the Middle East; the medina in Fez, Morocco was especially notable. In the Medina of Tunis, Lydian bartered in Spanish with a shopkeeper who spoke five languages fluently.Related Posts:Tunisia Travel: Outside the Medina in Tunis ...
Tunisia Travel: Call to Prayer from Carthage Overlooking Tunis
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Tunisia Travel: Call to Prayer from Carthage Overlooking Tunis

The call to prayer in Tunisia was elusive. We hardly ever heard it from our vacation rental in Tunis. After visiting Turkey and Morocco where the calls to prayer were more dramatic, we were surprised. In this video, we finally capture a faint echo of Tunis's call to prayer as we stand overlooking the city from Carthage.Related Posts:Tunisia Travel: At Carthage Overlooking Tunis (video)Tunisia ...
Tunisia Travel: At Carthage Overlooking Tunis
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Tunisia Travel: At Carthage Overlooking Tunis

Ancient Carthage was once a major trade port in the Mediterranean, but today, the ruins of the city aren't much to behold. But, the view overlooking Tunis is oddly pretty. The modern city of Carthage (just outside of Tunis) has streets lined with trees that create a nice shady path. On our way back to our vacation rental in Tunis, we stopped at a grocery store in Carthage before continuing on.Related ...
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