Posted by Vi Warkentin on
Although I had always enjoyed traveling throughout North America, it wasn’t until 2006 that I really got the travel fever to see the world. So with camera in hand, the fever continues! This yearning to see the world has taken me to Northern Africa, East Asia, India, Central America and my list of future travel destinations continues to grow. I can’t get enough of traveling and find tremendous joy in learning about people, their culture, their traditions, and being able to capture some of that through photography.
Signed up for a tour of Tunisia in Northern Africa but the tour was cancelled due to a lack of interest. By then I had done a lot of research about the country (as I tend to do when making travel plans) and decided to go - tour or no tour. Traveled in the north and eastern regions of Tunisia - a country filled with diverse landscapes. Cap Bon is considered the garden peninsula of Tunisia and contains some of the richest farmland in the country. Citrus orchards, olive groves and endless vineyards dot the landscape. From the western shores of Cap Bon, the Mediterranean Sea glistens under the sun.