The Road to Algeria

The Road to Algeria

This blog hasn’t been updated in a while but sometimes it’s good to take a break.  Last week myself and C were in Tunisia and had a great time even if the weather wasn’t what we expected.  The coats we took because of the walk from the long-term car park in Dublin came in handy over there!  I’ll post photos from the trip over the next week or so; this one was taken on the second day of a 2 day tour on a little mini-bus in which we travelled almost 1000km.  It was a good bunch of people though so we had a bit of a laugh.  We were crossing Chott El Jerid which is a massive salt lake (apparently 250 km long and 20 km wide) after spending the night in a hotel near the Sahara.

5 thoughts on “The Road to Algeria”

  1. Wish I could remember geography lessons from school…are they nimbus or cirrus or wot??
    A mate from Spain was saying how we have our own special type of cloud she never sees at home…big ones full of rain, I think she meant!

    Happy St Pat’s!

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