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Houmt Souk becomes incredibly quiet in the evening. It's in complete constrast to what you see during the day, when the cafes are full and the shops and souvenir sellers seem to be everywhere. After we had eaten at the Carthage restaurant we hoped to find a cafe where we could sit and play cards and have a drink or two. No such luck as almost everywhere was closed. In the end we returned to our hotel and sat out in the courtyard. A glass or wine or a cold beer would have been perfect but it wasn't to be.
Despite (or perhaps because of) it being so quiet in the evenings, Houmt Souk becomes all the more beautiful.
Updated Apr 22, 2006
Houmt Souk is full of interesting houses and buildings. From our rooftop terrace at the hotel we had a good view of many of these buildings. The building in the picture, like most homes in Jerba, is whitewashed with bright blue doors and black door handles.
Updated Aug 1, 2006