Travel to Tunisia – Episode 132

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The Amateur Traveler talks to Hoylen about a recent trip to Tunisia. Hear about the Berber and Carthaginian ruins, the medina, and the dessert landscapes. Hoylen, who is a big Star Wars fan, was drawn to Tunisia by its connection with that series of movies and visited some of the locations used to film Star Wars.

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Hoylen’s Tunisia Trip website
Hoylen’s Tunisia Travel guide
Tunisia
Official Tunisia Tourism Site
Tunis
Wiki Travel – Tunisia
Wiki Travel – Tunis
Carthage
Sahara desert
Bardo Museum
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Star Wars Locations
More Star Wars Locations

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by Chris Christensen

I am the host of the Amateur Traveler. The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and what are the best places to travel to. It includes both a weekly audio podcast, a video podcast, and a blog.

5 Responses to “Travel to Tunisia – Episode 132”

matt

Says:

Hey,

It’s matt from myspace. how’s everything. I like this page better than your myspace one. Do you mind if I link it on my new travel site?

http://www.nomadicmatt.com

-Matt

chris2x

Says:

It is always a pleasure to be linked to.

Keith K.

Says:

I would like to make a small correction re visas … they are NOT required by citizens of the US, the EU, the UK or Canada … Australians and South Africans, who DO require a visa, can obtain it, like the podcast says, on entry. However, according to the Tunisian tourist office in London, foreign currency IS accepted (I did ask … my wife has an Australian passport!). You can, if you need it, get a visa in advance, but it’s a rather prolix and tedious performance!

For the latest information, see http://www.tunisia.com/Tunisia/Travel/Tunisian-Visas

Best,

Keith

laanba

Says:

I’m so glad I found this podcast. I don’t have the budget to travel to the far corners of the earth, but I love listening about them. This was a really great episode as well, but probably because I’m a big Star Wars geek. πŸ™‚

My Bug Life

Says:

I saw this on Discovery Channel and Tunisia is on my list of places I wanna visit sometime in the future. I luv the photo..:)

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