Hello, tour guide, I really want to go to Hattusa, but the itinerary I found only went to Ankara recently, asking for help. reply ASAP
We stayed on Gilba Island for six nights and loved this charming island very much. The area of the island is not small, and there are plenty of places to visit. We are now staying in a resort hotel in the tourist area and taking a taxi to the city centre is only 5 dinars, which is very convenient and safe. We went to Djierbahood, a paradise for street artists. This open-air graffiti resort brings popularity to the quiet village. Every graffiti shows humanity, environmental protection, deepness, or life. 800 meters from djerbahood is another place of pilgrimage for Jews. It is said that a large number of Jews come for pilgrimage here every year. The ancient synagogue has a history of 100 years, but it is not open all the time. We just closed when we went. We have to wait until 3:30 in the afternoon. Just opened. The days on the island were very leisurely. We also took a pirate ship for a day trip. The price can be discussed with the boss of the ship, lunch and entertainment are provided. The so-called entertainment is everyone dancing together! If you are lucky, you can see the dolphins. We arrived at Flamingo Island after more than an hour by boat. Unfortunately, we didn’t see the flamingo, but the grilled fish for lunch made up for our worries. Go catch crabs in the sea.
One of the resorts in Tunisia, there are many Europeans on the island who use their holidays to come here for vacation. The island’s scenery is beautiful and sunny. You can ride a beach motorcycle on the beach, and you can also take a boat out to the sea to watch the sunset.
Jerba Island (Jerba) is located in the southeast of Tunisia, surrounded by the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. God seems to know that the journey of blue and green is about to end, and he arranged the end of the climax here. We checked into the hotel late at night, and was awakened by a ray of sunlight the next day. When I got up and looked, there was a vast blue wave and a stretch of fine sand outside the balcony. The clear light illuminates the beige building in Arabic style full of golden. As a travel arrangement, you may wish to visit the museum, which records the home life of the indigenous Berbers. You can also visit the oldest synagogue in North Africa. The Berbers and Jews were once the owners of this small island. Now Jews Most of them have moved, and the living customs of the Berbers have also changed, but the best way on Djerba is to forget the word "travel", eat, drink and sleep, lie down under the mushroom-shaped awnings on the white sandy beach and enjoy the Mediterranean Sea. Lazy. There is no need to feel guilty. As early as the ancient Greek era, the great poet Homer claimed in his epic poem "Odyssey" that Djerba Island is a paradise for those who greet pleasures. Anesthetized by fruit sweet as honey". Odysseus persuaded his sailors to leave Djerba, but was refused.