Tunisia – a far away land. A guest post of mine.

From a post I wrote about things to do at the airport you might know that I like to travel, but because I do not consider this a travel blog, I normally do not write about my adventures. However, another blogger invited me to write a guest post on his site, and I jumped at that opportunity.

Please feel free to visit his site and read my article —> Tunisia – a far away land.

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  1. I read this on Mohamed Al Karbi’s site and, because you didn’t name yourself other than a blog link, I followed that link to here. I enjoyed your retelling, but it is a shame you did not have your own photos to accompany the story. Otherwise, the human details of almost getting lost in–was it Medina?–and the too strong coffee were the kind of adventure tale I enjoy.

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    1. Thank you for your honest feedback.
      Because I prefer to remain somewhat anonymous in the blogging community, I opted to not post my own pictures.
      It’s great to hear what you particularly liked.
      I will keep your comment in mind next time I do this.
      Thanks again!

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      1. The more human the story, the more I am interested. Yes, lovely pictures can fill-out a story. But, at the heart, it is the story that matters. I apologize if I came across as chiding. That was not my intention.

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