Monthly Archives: June 2011

Why I love teaching in Tunisia…

Because Tunisian students are the best in the world! Maybe I’m biased, but a group of my students surprised me today with a certificate made out to Ms. Brittany in “Recognition of her Excellent Teaching Skills and Ability to Inspire … Continue reading

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Another Perfect Sunset

Can’t get enough of them! From Kerkennah trip #3:

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The 7 Day Wedding

A traditional Tunisian wedding spans 7 days with many different festivities. Last week I participated in two traditions – the henna party and the nzoul. The henna party took place on Thursday and I arrived at the bride’s family home … Continue reading

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The Fish Market

Walking through a crowded room which smells of fish and sweat, with men shouting out prices and tables piled high with the daily catch may not sound appealing at first… but a trip to the Fish Market is an essential … Continue reading

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