Tamezret (Tamezret - Tunisia)


[ Dec.2008 ] I continue my Tunisian holiday.

This photo was taken at Tamezret, where we had a rest after a long drive from Douz in the south.

We did not walk in the town, but had a look from the lookout on the hill opposite of the town.

The view of houses gathering on the hill is similar to the ones in south Europe.

I remember at that time thinking of a view in Corsica where I visited some months before.

There was of course a mosque instead of a church on top of the hill.

We went to the cafe inside the lookout and had a cup of mint tea with almond and a cake called “Massi Tatawin”(not sure about the spelling).

This is a simple cake, the flied dough was tossed with honey, and very delicious.

I wished they had packed some for tourists.

It is a shame that I do not have any photos because I was busy eating it.

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We are a couple who love travelling all over the world. Walking in the unknown towns, taking photos and eating local foods are the purpose of our life. When we are not travelling, we are always planning for the next journeys.
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