Bizerte is a harbor town at the northern tip of Tunisia, two hours north of Tunis. I got myself a taxi to take me there and back. Like everywhere in Tunisia, it seems that every available space is filled with markets, covered or out on the streets. They also have a fort on a hill, but apart from the ramparts there isn’t much to see there. There is a beach and a long promenade, but it was mostly deserted; I suppose few tourists find their way here. How could they, I guess, when they spend half their time razing the all-inclusive buffets to the ground and the other half dealing with food poisoning.