venerdì 1 luglio 2011
In the following article I will mention some fictitious names in other to respect the will of the narrators.
The protagonists of these stories are Amed Zitoumi and Abdullah Ben Haj Selem, fishermen of the seaside town of Teboulba, at Monastir.
|The '' Taysir'' moored in Teboulba ( Bordeline europe)|
|The written in spray CP 38/11 on '' Taysir''( Bordeline europe)|
|A boat in Lampedusa ( Grazia Bucca)|
We found ourselves in the port of Teboulba, one of the well known fishing ports in Tunisia, the meeting point for many local fishermen. Among the thousands of the fishing boasts moored, you can notice the presence of a huge boat named “TAYSIR”, nothing so unusual if not for the fact that the bulkheads adjacent to the dashboard and the bow, there is a written very familiar to many visitors at Lampedusa “CP 38 /11 (harbourmaster, the 38th 2011), so I ask Ahmed how come a boat moored in a port of Tunisia have the written in a spray that states to be seized by the authority of Italian coast guards. He responds