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Saturday, 01 September 2012



Lamb. Grilled. Over olive wood.


Been waiting for this post after seeing the random parking situation. Did not realize so much yeasty breads made there; expected to see all flatbreads. Now want to make "salsa" with peppers...


it's interesting to know that not very many Americans or Europeans go about these parts for sight seeing. Great pics of the ruins and the fort.


Hi Grey - Man, it's really, really, good!

Hi Cathy - The French ran Tunisia from 1881 - 1956, so baguette is the most popular bread, followed by Berber bread.

Hi CC - There are many Europeans, but they go to the Sahara and are in these huge all-inclusive resorts.

Ed (from Yuma)

Another fascinating post. Thanks for traveling for all of us!


The temple ruins look amazing against that sky!


Hi Ed - I'm glad you enjoyed the post.

Hi Kat - It was a hot but beautiful day.

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