During your holiday how many days do you spend celebrating it? We are getting ready to celebrate Thanksgiving here on November 22nd. I usually cook a huge meal such as meat, dressing, mashed potatoes, yams, cranberries, and pumpkin pies. My brother-in-law is coming for a visit from North Carolina.
Hi Ammulu, There are so many beautiful places to visit in Tunisia. I've lived there for several years now and have visited most of it. The north tends to be a bit more European and the south more Arabic/African - totally diverse - so something to suit everyone. I have so many favourite places there. I love Bizerte and Tabarka in the north and Douz and Tozeur in the south (west). Have gone over to Kerkannah many times - it's quiet and so calm and visited Djerba about 2 years ago, went over by ferry and took the road link back to Zarzis and then on the Ben Guardine (not sure of spelling!) to do some shopping - most things there are a fraction of the cost elsewhere as goods are brought over from Libya.
Favorite places in Tunisia are full of architecture. The Roman influence, and modern markets mix together with a graceful lines. I love all of the sea coasts bustling with people. The blue of the water is uncanny.