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I don't think Kerkennians eat out much. If they do, they keep their restaurants well hidden.
Remla has a busy snack bar/patisserie by the busy crossroads, where you can get sandwiches and cakes. The two restaurants raved about in the guidebook were closed for the winter (it was April, the sun was hot...but anyway...), and the only eating place which showed any sign of activity was a pizzeria on the road to Sidi Frej. I tended to make do with baguettes, cheese and yoghurts bought from a friendly woman in Remla's huge hypermarket where you can spend literally minutes perusing the shelf.
Written Apr 23, 2007
I don't really have much to put in this tip, and am creating it solely because I have plenty pictures of Remla's two marabouts and nowhere to put them! Marabouts are like small mosques, containing the body of a local holy man...as a non muslim, you can't often enter these plain yet picturesque domed buildings, but there's nothing to stp you admiring them from outside.
Written Jul 11, 2007