Tunisia. The ancient Punic and Roman sites, some of which at the state of incredible preservation, the Berber traditional architecture, the classic Islamic medinas, the French colonial architecture from the early 20th century, the rugged mountains, the red canyons on the verge of the desert, the sea of dunes, the endless palm groves and vast palmerai gardens, the golden beaches, the crystal clear emerald and cerulean waters of the Mediterranean, the incredible pink salts of the desert lakes, they all contribute to Tunisia as one of the best places to visit in Africa.
This short book describes the author’s personal and unique experiences during his trip to Jordan in March and April 2010. The book contains 130 original photographs taken during the trip, description of places to eat, drink, sleep and socialise with the locals. It covers: Tunis, Carthage, Sidi Bou Said, Dougga, Bulla Regia, Le Kef, Sbeitla, Tozeur, Douz, Matmata, Sfax, el Jem, Mahdia, Monastir and Sousse.