I used to go to a stall in the medina which was cheaper than the chemist but couldnt tell you how to get there on here
its a bit more expensive but monoprix in sousse has that kind of thing x x
unless you want to try find the stall it was round by where they do all the materials in the locals part of the market xx they have all the rubbish stalls with cheap makeup knockoffs but we found this one stall hidden away that had great stuff even face wash that i use at hoem was great xx
B- I'm not familiar with Sousse, but I know there is a supply store for hairdressers here in Monastir. It is open to the public, and they sell EVERYTHING (and it's often cheaper than if you buy from Monoprix, Champion, etc). If you ever get a few hours to come to Monastir, let me know and we can meet up for a drink and I'll take you there.
I remember when I was in Tunisia, they gave me a half-cooked ommlette, so the egg was sort of raw and runny.... My ovver 'arff was looking at me like I was mad for refusing to eat it....
Off topic, I know, but couldn't think of a disgusting mixture for "half-cooked ommelette".....
This may seem a crazy question but I am trying to cover all angles here!! Is there anyway at all that I could be notified or I could check when a person leaves Tunisia to come to the Uk?? I don't want to give much more detail than that, sorry..but I am sure you can all guess who I am referring to
I know it is not good when we take this road of checking up on them but believe me it is for a good reason that I need to know!!!
Maybe my SIL will, we get on really well (I think ) she has always confided in me over things that she couldn't tell anyone else. We do "seem" to have a good relationship, but as they, blood is thicker than water
I am sure the president will hold a national Holiday the day that **** leaves Tunisia