Tunisia in North Africa might be a tiny country –only 150 miles end to end- but it’s big on beaches, ancient ruins and of course interesting food.
Those three factors are proving very attractive to us Brits – 330 thousand of us visit every year, and like many holiday-makers our base was Hammamet on the Mediterranean coast.
In the brief time allotted for film-making for This Morning we were shown the best North Africa’s smallest country has to offer; from the the incredible Roman amphitheatre at El Djem to the white-washed fishing village of Sidi Bou Said with its artisan metalworkers sat in jauntily painted doorways.
For me the high point of our filming was meeting a female chef who demonstrated typically Tunisian home cooking – I hope you enjoy the film as much as I did making it!
In this Muslim country alcohol is usually found only in and around hotels, bars and areas frequented by tourists. Woman should dress relatively discreetly away from the beach so as not to cause offence.