I’m a writer and amateur photographer living in Nederland, Colorado. International travel is my passion. Love cultures, nature, history. In my own backyard, I spend time motorcycling, skiing, hiking, 4-wheeling, live music, pubs. I run the Cozy & Quiet B&B.
The salty waters of the Mediterranean lapped against the city walls while the ancient Phoenicians sat curling their toes in the fresh water of their stone bath tubs. Time has worn the pillars and walls of the sophisticated homes down to a modest height, but the most abundant and best-preserved remnants of life at Kerkouane are the private bath tubs nestled in the ground with an intricate system of water pipes and drains. Abandoned around 250 BC, it’s a rare Punic city never rebuilt by the conquering Romans. If you stand still and let the breeze blowing off the sea tickle your ear just right, you can hear the giggles of gossips of the ancient people who once called this place home.Like Add a Comment