Monday, April 15, 2019

Testour, Tunisia

With a population of fewer than 15,000, the hill village of Testour promises an engaging peek into rural Tunisian life. Its local fare is worth exploring too - buy some bread to pair with the traditional cheese, with wild-picked berries and fresh pomegranate juice for a satisfying refreshment.


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  1. So very interesting, so much to see and learn.

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    1. Suituapui: yep, it's certainly a learning experience, you're right :)

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  2. That local bread is bigger than my head. I try not to eat anything bigger than my head...wahahahaha! ;P I've not seen wild berries like those, they look like mini rambutans...hehehe! ;)

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    1. Contact.ewew: haha, yeah, we couldn't finish the bread, even though it was meant to be breakfast :) those berries are interesting - the skin is thin and edible, and the texture is kinda like cherries, but not as sweet :)

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  3. Their local cheese like like cakes with beautiful pattern on the outer!

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    1. Choi Yen: it's a tasty cheese too, with a salty punch in the flavour :)

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