I recently had a short break in Tunisia, saw most of the tourists historical sites, Dougga , Carthage, Sidi Bou Said. Bardo Museum, Kairoun.El Jem etc. fantastic. The Hotel service was considerably better than anything in England witb possibly exception of the likes of Savoy/Claridges/Ritz.
The people I've met was - in accordance with Arab custom , most hospitable. I'll certainly wish to revisit
Tunisia if fate allows. I met two British women married to Tunsians , who told me they quite happy living there. Tunisian Arabs apparently have family values which have been lost in England/the West. I was quite surprised coz the country has no oil, not rich, but apparently quite rich in common/ordinary/simply - humanity and its own basic social values.
Women apparently had egual electoral rights since 1956 whereas in Switzerland it was 1976 when women was allowed to vote.
They also have Policewomen -
which the men are not too happy abt. I can understand that. The indignity of being arrested by a women is a bit much, - all the more reason to be law-abiding.