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what's to eat #51

I finagled my way once more to Tunisia this winter, itching for sun, (relative) warmth, and food that fills belly and heart. On this trip I managed to exceed even my own expectations of guesthood—I couldn’t have been lazier, slept more, eaten more, or endeavored to fewer accomplishments. 479 more words

Eats & Drinks

ICMEI And Embassy of Tunisia Signed MOU To Promote Arts

Noida: A Memorandum of Association was signed between Sandeep Marwah President International Chamber of Media And Entertainment Industry and H.E Nejmeddine Lakhal Ambassador Republic of Tunisia to India to develop and promote films, television media ,art and culture. 154 more words


Check out an excerpt of my book published by Jihadica: "Ultra Extremism Among Tunisian Jihadis Within The Islamic State"

Many within Syria viewed Tunisians as more extreme relative to other foreign fighters.[1] There is a twofold aspect to this. The first relates to the human rights violations that Tunisians have been involved in within Syria, which is not necessarily unique considering all of the human rights violations committed by members of IS, whether local or foreign. 110 more words


Sahara Tunisien : 5 Million de Milliards de Litres d’Eau Douce Gisent sous le Sol

Dans le Sahara, deux nappes d’eau douce superposées existent :

  • La nappe de l’albien.
  • La nappe du continental

La nappe de l’albien, la plus grande réserve mondiale d’eau douce, s’étend sur une zone entre l’Algérie, la Tunisie et la Libye et renferme entre 30 000 – 50 000 Billions de Litres d’eau. 545 more words

Benefits of using social media to individuals, groups and communities.

There are several benefits to using social media. As an individual, Facebook benefits friends old and new. It allows them to stay connected and never lose touch. 317 more words


Exploring North Africa. Tunisia. Accommodation

I stayed in a 3-star hotel Marabout. And as I mentioned in the previous post it is located in Sousse. The pictures on the internet looked great, as they usually do. 726 more words


Absentee Livestock Ownership and Social Differentiation in Pastoral Tunisia

In this series of blog posts, we have been introducing the PhD students in the PASTRES project, who are currently doing fieldwork in sites around the world. 712 more words