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Djerba swimming pools
Tunisia

The swimming pools in Djerba where our family went for off season holiday in January 2011.  No one ever swam in the pools in the one week that we stayed there as the water was too cold.  The air temperature during the day was from 15 to 18 degrees but quite cold at night. 

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Uploaded: 14/01/2011
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Tags: pool; tourist resort; sun tan; sun
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