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This was a door in the museum and I thought it was a fitting end to this 9 day trip, my flight was leaving at midnight. I hope you have enjoyed seeing what I did and maybe learned some new things about Tunisia.
I highly recommend a trip to Tunisia, great people, culture and things to see.
Remember no matter were you travel be careful of what you eat and drink. I was criticized for not trying much of the food, I am very cautious. The last night a doctor was called to the hotel, 4 or 5 people were sick (the food), good to say they all recovered. They were all experienced travellers who now might realize that caution is always required no matter where you go. I pay to much for a trip to take a chance and get sick. I have seen to many people who think they can eat anything and that it is part of the travel experience, but sometimes they miss days of the tour because of it.
Somethings I do not eat or drink, even when I leave home (my city) and stay in Canada:
1. cold cuts (maybe old and rinsed in water)
2. cheeses (not sure of age and how it was handled)
3. salads (watched in water - many good places use sterile water, I don't take a chance)
4. street food
5. ice cubes (water - maybe tap water)
6. tap water
7. tea or coffee (at altitude like Tibet, Bolivia etc. water has to be boiled 20 minutes to kill things so I don't get use to having it anytime)
8. do not brush teeth with tap water
9. No coke etc. from a tap (mixed with water)
I do eat and drink:
1. bottled water
2. brush teeth with bottled water
3. drink bottled coke etc.
4. only well cooked food
5. junk food in packages
6. wine, beer, if I have hard liquor (very seldom) NO ice cubes