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Djerba

Walid Painting

Overcoming Adversity through Art: An Interview with Walid

We all love a good book or movie about an underdog who is victorious despite all the odds stacked against him. But how many of us can tell underdog tales from our personal experiences? Walid’s...
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Using Fresh Ingredients

Halawiyat Tounsia: Baking Passion into Business in Djerba

If you are walking near downtown Houmt Souk in Djerba, you might smell the sweet aroma of delicious pastries and sweets coming from Halawiyat Tounsia before you even see this small bakery. I happened to...
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Jilani the Owner and Artist

Dar Jilani – Masterpieces Made From Junk

Located in Houmt Souk in Djerba, Dar Jilani is a hybrid space that combines a café, restaurant, art gallery, and traditional skills workshops into a safe haven for artists. Most visitors’ first impressions upon walking...
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My name ‘Joshua’ written in Arabic Calligraphy art form

The Art of Arabic Calligraphy

The Guellala Museum in Djerba is arguably the best museum on the island. This must-see museum attracts thousands of foreign tourists and locals to learn about the rich history and culture of the Djerbians. There...
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El Fondouk – From Historic Caravan Hotel to Famous Café

The El Fondouk café, possibly Djerba’s most popular café is perfectly situated in the heart of Houmt Souk medina. There’s more to this famous café than just good coffee. Entrance to El Fondouk The Story...
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Tunisia Travel and Tours

Check out Tunisia Tours new website with tours, vacations, and adventure tours in southern Tunisia. Tunisia Tours is owned and operated by Mosaic North Africa. Come alone or with your family on a quad through...
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Morocco Souk

A Souq of Surprises

North African souq or souk (markets) are fabulous places to experience the authentic culture of this region… Excitement and energy are par for the course and it’s easy to get swept up in the drama...
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From Islands to Cities…

There’s no doubt about it… things just have a different feel on an island. After years living in Fes, Morocco, I still find myself marveling at the significant differences between life there then and here...
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