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Tunisia at Ten

TUNISIA | Wed, 28 May 2014 | By lalaloh | Views [204]

Tunisia at Ten Lauren Hall    A year after I had journeyed successfully through Morocco with my parents, my father decided that my travelling education should no longer be overlooked and so he began preparing, planning and prioritizing ... Read more >

Tags: 25seasonsoftravelling, lalaloh, star wars, ten, travelling, tunisia

Local Laws and Customs - Tunisia

TUNISIA | Mon, 7 May 2012 | By safetyhub | Views [832]

Tunisia is a Muslim country and it pays to respect the local tradition, customs and religion. During the holy month of Ramadan or when near religious areas, you should take a little extra care not to offend. The southern desert areas ... Read more >

Tags: africa, travel-legal, travel-transport, tunisia

Women in Tunisia

TUNISIA | Mon, 7 May 2012 | By safetyhub | Views [577]

Tunisia isn’t one of the worst in the region for harassment of foreign women, but that doesn’t mean that it doesn’t have serious problems with it. Partly due to the fact that Tunisian men don’t associate all that much with women before they get married, ... Read more >

Tags: africa, travel-women, tunisia

Tunisia Crime and Scams

TUNISIA | Mon, 7 May 2012 | By safetyhub | Views [501]

Violent crime in Tunisia is somewhat of a rarity and foreigners are not targeted.Petty theft, pick pocketing, and bag snatching are more common than violent assault or muggings. But watch out for the drive-by bag snatchers. The bike flashes past and ... Read more >

Tags: africa, travel-crime, tunisia

Tunisia - Is It Safe?

TUNISIA | Wed, 7 Mar 2012 | By safetyhub | Views [241]

After going through a period of disturbance in recent times, Tunisia is actually a fairly safe place, generally speaking. It was actually the first North African nation to experience what is now known as the “Arab spring”. Despite the violent ... Read more >

Tags: africa, travel-safety, travel-terror, tunisia

Travel Alert - North African Protests In A Nutshell

EGYPT | Wed, 20 Apr 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [6847] | Comments [1]

For several months now, countries in North Africa and The Middle East have been hit by revolution fever - with gutsy mass protests and sustained political demonstrations toppling regimes and causing chaos. The historical ousting of Egyptian President ... Read more >

Tags: bahrain, egypt, jordan, libya, libya, morocco, travel-alert, tunisia, yemen

Travel Alert: Libya Refugee Crisis - Its Effect On The Middle East

LIBYA | Wed, 2 Mar 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [2013]

Tens of thousands of people in Libya are waiting to cross the border into Tunisia, after clashes between Libyan Mercenary Forces and protesters left hundreds dead. Libyans frustrated by the rule of de-facto leader Muammar Gaddafi have followed in ... Read more >

Tags: egypt, libya, middle-east, protests, travel-alert, tunisia

Civil Unrest in North Africa - What To Do

EGYPT | Mon, 31 Jan 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [1695]

If you find yourself in a situation where you are close to a protest, do everything you can to get away from the activity, or at the very worst, simply stay still and stay calm. Police react to those who are active and causing a disturbance. If ... Read more >

Tags: algeria, egypt, jordan, morocco, syria, travel-safety-tips, tunisia, yemen

Tunisia

ROMANIA | Thu, 27 Jan 2011 | By fiy3ro | Views [248]

As you have probably read, this year has been crazy for me – exam in February, Turkey & Israel in June, but the biggest hurdle was my surgery. Of course most people around me were more panicked than I was, but I was too preoccupied to get home as ... Read more >

Tags: flying, travel, tunisia

The trouble with Tunisia - Surviving civil unrest

TUNISIA | Tue, 18 Jan 2011 | By safetyhub | Views [1675] | Video

A modern-day revolution has taken place in the African country of Tunisia, with her people rising up to overthrow the decades-long dictatorship of president Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali. Tunisian officials are now in the process of forming an interim ... Read more >

Tags: africa, civil unrest, travel-alert, tunisia, tunisia riots, zine al-abidine ben ali

December - Festival of the Sahara, Tunisia

TUNISIA | Mon, 15 Nov 2010 | By worldfestivals | Views [4622] | Video

Location: Douz, Tunisia Dates: 23–27 December Level of Participation: 3 – don a turban and lay a bet on the Salukis Description: While the Christian world is occupied with snowy, Christmasy ... Read more >

Tags: festival of the sahara, travel-safety, tunisia, world festivals

Wedding in Tunisia! September/October 2010, Tunisia trip 3

TUNISIA | Mon, 8 Nov 2010 | By aussiechick_007 | Views [2093]

Finally I got organised to return to Tunisia again. I arrived on September 1 and the plan was to stay in Tunisia until September 30, then go to Spain to visit one of my Couchsurfing friends, a vibrant, flamenco dancing, fun-loving good friend like a ... Read more >

Tags: tunisia, wedding

Due to depart soon, but not sure of itinerary or dates..I have my tickets though

TUNISIA | Wed, 30 Dec 2009 | By aussiechick_007 | Views [606]

Once again,  Am set to embark to Tunisie, and I hoped to visit Algerie but I have been plagued.......(well that is an overstatement)...with respiratory problems and am not sure if I am rugged enough to also go to Algerie in Winter as I have planned.... Read more >

Tags: departure date, languages, plan, tatouine, tunisia, uncertainity

ON YOUR RIGHT, A COMPLETELY ORDINARY ELECTRIC PLANT

TUNISIA | Sat, 23 May 2009 | By sergei272 | Views [385]

I can see the gigantic, navy blue Arabic letters of the train station looming over the south end of Place Barcelone.  We've trundled our bags over from the Marine station and are headed south this morning.  We're excited to be heading down the coast ... Read more >

Tags: mahdia, sousse, tunis, tunisia

BAR TAM TAM? BAR TAM TAM?!!

TUNISIA | Fri, 24 Apr 2009 | By sergei272 | Views [559]

The train ride into Tunis already seems like old hat as the stations go by and the suburbs give way to the long causeway across Lac Tunis.  This will be our day to go to the Bardo Museum.  But first we have decided to check out the Hotel Maison Doree ... Read more >

Tags: bardo museum, sidi bou said, tunis, tunisia

EVERY DAY IS THE LAST DAY OF THE SPECIAL BERBER EXHIBITION

TUNISIA | Mon, 6 Apr 2009 | By sergei272 | Views [424]

I look up at the bricks of the vaulted ceiling for a time before I remember the strange place where I went to sleep.  Eventually, the profound sense of dislocation fades. It's about 8:00 a.m. Monday morning and I've slept more soundly than I have in ... Read more >

Tags: carthage, sidi bou said, tunisia

TUNISIA: HOME OF THE SQUABBIT

TUNISIA | Tue, 31 Mar 2009 | By sergei272 | Views [525]

We're working our way through the broad human river that is ultimately to sluice it's way through security at O'Hare when we're faced with two very sad sights. To our left, a crying baby reaching desperately for its mother who is soon to leave it behind.... Read more >

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