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A pair of dark sunglasses and headphones can help block the gazes and drown out the noise. The Arabic for “God willing” is both a staple phrase and a fatalistic acknowledgement common across Islamic countries.

Tunisia is 98% Muslim, and God wills all here, whether it’s your food order, the weather, or the political unification of the country. For much of its postcolonial history, secular nationalism was prioritized over Islam in Tunisia (President Bourguiba famously drank orange juice on national television during Ramadan).

In the souq, head to Ali’s Cultural Cafe, where the prices are steep (2.500 dinar – around $1.50 – for a mint tea) but the views are serene, or Foundouk El Attarine (located in the Souk des Parfumeurs) and Etoile de la Medina, both housed in glamorous hidden courtyards. The cornerstone of a Tunisian meal is bread, and the rest of the table will be groaning under the weight of additional carbohydrates: macaroni with potatoes, couscous, deep-fried potatoes and peppers mashed into a paste called , sandwiches stuffed with French fries. A fiery chilli paste made from red and serrano peppers, garlic, coriander, and caraway, harissa is the staple condiment.

There are many restaurants around Tunis that serve these traditional dishes with the same tender precision of home cooks. Tunisians believe eating spicy food is good for your health, though it might wreak havoc on an unaccustomed digestive system.

Cutting the hide into thin strips and resewing them, Dido managed to form the surprisingly large perimeter of Carthage.

.50 – for a mint tea) but the views are serene, or Foundouk El Attarine (located in the Souk des Parfumeurs) and Etoile de la Medina, both housed in glamorous hidden courtyards. The cornerstone of a Tunisian meal is bread, and the rest of the table will be groaning under the weight of additional carbohydrates: macaroni with potatoes, couscous, deep-fried potatoes and peppers mashed into a paste called , sandwiches stuffed with French fries. A fiery chilli paste made from red and serrano peppers, garlic, coriander, and caraway, harissa is the staple condiment.There are many restaurants around Tunis that serve these traditional dishes with the same tender precision of home cooks. Tunisians believe eating spicy food is good for your health, though it might wreak havoc on an unaccustomed digestive system.Cutting the hide into thin strips and resewing them, Dido managed to form the surprisingly large perimeter of Carthage.It went on to become one of the most powerful empires in the Mediterranean, an epicenter of trade and conquest stretching west to Morocco and north into Italy.

A few streets down, the largest Greek Orthodox Church in Africa is shaded by a giant fig tree.

At the same time, plenty of women are bareheaded; many Tunisians prefer a secular government; and lots feel connected, however nebulously, to Europe.

(cafe) can be a wonderful place to sit, smoke a sheesha, and immediately make half-a-dozen friends.

Tunisian women do not generally frequent these places.

The Théâtre de L’Étoile du Nord is a better option, which runs a theater and coffee shop and is the preferred stomping ground of young Tunisian leftists. Tunisians, with their penchant for oil and sugar which has led to soaring rates of heart disease, do not adhere to the almond and yogurt-laced Mediterranean Diet.

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