Vacation Memoirs: Tunis, North Africa

This was definitely the most interesting place on our trip. Everything was in Arabic and English. We went to Sidi Bou Said which started as a fishing village hundreds of years ago. It’s on a hill overlooking the ocean and if you live there your house has to be white with blue trim. They have markets called Souks, and the local thing is this decorative blue china that they sell. Seriously, I could shoot there for a really long time. Tunisia also has one of the oldest cities in the world, Carthage, so there are lots of Roman ruins there as well. Very close to the ruins was a huge brand new mosque so it’s a very interesting place because with all of the ancient history it’s also still a very modern city. David even got to ride a camel:-) Last stop Palma de Mallorca.