Last weekend my boss took us sight seeing. We were supposed to go see the aquarium but we got sidetracked along the way. Tunisia is rich in culture and has no shortage of old roman ruins. So we stopped at the aquaduct and La Malga Cisterns. According to this website the aquaduct was built in the late first century early 2nd century AD. This aquaduct spans 82 miles from Zaghouan to Carthage. This is just a few minutes drive away from us. I wish I would have had our good camera with us that day as the sky was amazing looking.
These are the holding tank. They were used up into the 17th century. After that I guess people made them into make shift homes up until about 40 years ago.
Next we walked along the water and stopped for chocolate crepes and mint tea( I already posted that picture of Van to showcase his scratched face) Below is a picture of the pipe part for smoking houkas, sisha... I don't remember what they call them here.