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  • Tunisia has had some extremely bad reviews as a holiday destination but I would just like to give some ideas and suggest that if you are wanting a different holiday experience then Tunisia is well worth a visit, though some say it's similar to marmite 'you either love it or hate it'
  • Let's not forget the children there is an amazing theme park called 'Hannibal Park' full of children's rides and entertainment
  • There is an extensive history to Tunisia and to really benefit and understand this history I would recommend visiting some more historical places and getting right into some of the villages to see how Tunisian people are so close and family orientated

    • by Kelly
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      Tunisia has had some extremely bad reviews as a holiday destination but I would just like to give some ideas and suggest that if you are wanting a different holiday experience then Tunisia is well worth a visit, though some say it’s similar to marmite ‘you either love it or hate it’.

      I have travelled a little around Tunisia and though haven’t quite seen everything, Tunisia is a holiday destination for anyone. If you are looking for a more touristy holiday then I would recommended Sousse or Hammamet. Both of these places have areas built just for tourists, offering a wide range of hotels, restuarants, water sports etc but also there are many historical places


      such as Carthage and Tozeur to really get an insight into the history of Tunisia.

      But let’s talk about Sousse ‘the pearl of the sahel’ just 2 hours away from the capital and proud of it’s heritage, musuems and monuments. There is the Medina which is filled with tiny, colorful shops where you can buy literally anything from spices such as Saffron to handmade wool carpets. Just 15 minutes from Sousse you then enter into the tourist resort of Port El Kantaoui, this is just fantastic for it’s beautiful marina, docked with some of the largest and best boats. Kantaoui is charmed by its blue and white traditional Tunisian village style with plenty ...


      • of restaurants and shops along the cobbled sidewalks. Let’s not forget the children there is an amazing theme park called ‘Hannibal Park’ full of children’s rides and entertainment. Not only for the children though, as they now add rides for the adults and I am not kidding when I say one of the rides has to be the most scariest I have seen so far, I was the one standing on the outside watching as the ride twizzled people upside down, round and round!!

        There really is so much to see and do in Tunisia, the second language is French and the third language being English but there are more and more Tunisian’s learning the

        English language. There is an extensive history to Tunisia and to really benefit and understand this history I would recommend visiting some more historical places and getting right into some of the villages to see how Tunisian people are so close and family orientated.

        I would love to talk about many other places but for now I keep to the point ;) If you are wanting to visit an Arabic country but one that will make you feel welcome, then do try Tunisia and just to help you with some of the basic Tunisian dialect:

        Asslema / Salem = Hello

        Bislemma = Goodbye

        Shukran = Thankyou

        Kadesh = How much

        Barsha = Too much

        Hamdullah = Thanks to god

        Inshallah = Hopefully




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