We were on the 6th floor of the a building named the Monte Carlo! We didn’t have a sea view, which also meant we did not have a cooling sea breeze. We could use our balcony before 9am, when the sun came around to our side, and after sunset. Other times of day it was very useful for drying swim suits and for scorching our feet on the tile.
The sunsets were a nice feature, announcing the time we could go outside again.
Jet did a photo study of the phases of the moon in the sunset.
I liked having empty fields and abandoned buildings beside us. There was a corresponding long stretch of unpopulated beach, since the next resort was almost a kilometre away.
Zay dried dates on the porch, and, thanks to the fabulo-magnificent Susan Gorbet and her unerring gift-giving sense, we read and played in a silk hammock out there, too! For example, a hammock is a great place to conceal the fact that we seem to have lost Rich’s body.
Cozy reading, goofy kids, setting for photos of Tunisian dresses…sky view!
We also presented our research on Roman architecture out there. You can check it out if you wish, but be aware–it’s unedited, and we were kindof presenting in the dark, due to waiting until it was cool….