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Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Marlen Stahlhuth
freelance photographer // DISTRICT MTV, VICE, ADIDAS, BlondeMag, VIVA etc.

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Marlen Stahlhuth
Urbanstraße 127
10967 Berlin
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Al Pacino, Donkeys & Spring Revolution

Tunis Fashion Week

After yesterdays cheesy night impressions, this will be the last post from Tunis Fashion Week for now. Strolling around the streets in Tunis, the Medina, and the markets, there were a lot of things to take snap shots of. Especially having such a good tour guide like Amine (who used to study in Tunis).

We ended up in great restaurants, cute flats with amazing views and pretty little shops. I became a big fan of street food as my tummy seemed to cope quite well with it. For around 30 cents you could get a complete meal. And I always thought there would be no place cheaper than Berlin.

Animals seemed to be part of the city "skyline" and left overs from the spring revolution could be seen everywhere. Looking for street art, we also came across some great, very simple but awesome designs. I especially like the colorful one behind the palm trees. But I must say, almost every piece of grafiti becomes better if you put a palm tree in front of it. Just adds to the vibe.

So for anyone wanting to travel to Tunisia, Tunis is a great place to start. Very European but still African enough to experience some adventures. Great spots especially around the suburbs of Tunis, and people that speak perfect English and sometimes even German.

June 20, 2013

Labels: On track, Sail the Seas, Fashion Weeks