Breakfast: There's not much to describe. Since we all were busy preparing for our departure and photographing impressions of the awakening tourist town, we had only plain bread, cookies, and water.
Lunch: Lunch was the same sort of grab-and-go meal. It consisted of pastries, bread, and water.
Dinner: Because we didn't get enough to eat during the day, we all ate double portions for dinner — making it a dinner for ten instead of for five. We had plates of spaghetti bolognese (meat-and-tomato sauce), chicken-cheese sandwiches, several salads (both méchouia and mixed), pizze (the plural of pizza in Italian is pizze), couscous poulet (with chicken), and many liters of soft drinks and water. As soon as any plate emptied, another one appeared. This feast was a just reward for the day's efforts.
Food of the Day: Crêpes
Word of the Day: Omma — "community"
Person of the Day: young female participant of the "United Nations Bicycle Ride for All"
Place of the Day: heavily touristed area between Hammamet and Nabeul
Tech Fact of the Day: Orientation equipment
Group Dispatch, October 26
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