DV Tapes are quiet expensive.. And hard to find.
If you bring your Digital Camera with you, Please carry your tapes with you. When I was in Hammamet I have run out of a DV tape, I could only find one shop in Nabeul which sell DV tape and the price was 25 Euro per one piece..
This very attractive tower, which is situated in the square on the second level of new Medina, is coloured in the traditional blue colour which dominates all over the Tunisian city landscapes. This part of Yasmine shows reconstructions of the Tunisian medieval architecture.
"The door and the tree"
The tiny medina of Hammamet can be a pleasant place to walk around during low season. In peas season it's overcrowded and all the tourists around prevent you to fully enjoy of its narrow and windy street, its building with pale colours walls and its weird corners like the one in this picture: a tree grows exactly in front of an entrance door of a building that's not inhabited, or at least so I think from the freshly repainted blinds and windows. But if a tree blocks the entrance, where from pass the people?
"The public baths"
Walking through the Medina, exactly in front of the Old Mosque you'll find the public baths.
They are still in use and of course have separated areas for men and women, whose entrances are marked by different colours, blue and green.
You can enjoy a bath and a massage there. It's not expensive at all and very relaxing, but if you think to get a massage, you have to know that's it will be a very vigorous one.
If you're lucky enough to find the medina as empty as you can see in this picture, then you'll enjoy of it at it's best, and you can talk to the locals and enjoy the nice pale colours of the buildings, that are not completely white as usual but painted with a sort of light bluish violet.
Of course you'll find shops and vendors in many places but if you avoid the peak season and the real commercial area (around the fort and the mosque) you'll get a pleasant time there.
Many buildings have doors and windows with nice decorations, in the real Arab style.