We both love taking photos.
Those are some of the people we have met in our last week in Djerba.
This man had a limp, and a million dollar smile.
Explorason asked to take his photo.
Then he looked so deeply at us.
He limped off and came and picked jasmine for me.
He placed it in my hand. I felt so blessed.
This is a local poor man. we saw him begging in different places.
These ladies were coming from the bus.
This is traditional fabric she wears.
Loe these happy friends chatting.
More local street life. They wear straw hats.
This lovely lady works with her dad in the weaving store in Houmt Souk.
This is her weaving father – the oldest weaver in Djerba.
These are the local police.
They worked daily to protect the corner of the area near where we stayed at Oxala House.
We felt safe having police nearby. They are all over the place and help tourists as a priority.
This man wears the traditional hat and shirt style tunic of Tunisia.
Djerba is a traditional island – well worth a visit if you come to Tunisia.
And full of really lovely people too. People with kind hearts, and smiling faces.
These are the Faces of Djerba.