I love light colors, especially the blue color, so when i went there once in my life, i felt i’m me. I still remember that place, 30 minutes away from the capital city Tunis.

Sidi Bou Said

Sidi Bou Said, you won’t believe that this place is real, walking through the alleys of Sidi Bou Siid made me feel like Cindrella will at any moment step out from one of the doors, i even felt that i will soon find Charlock Holmes solving a crime in one of the turns, this place is a fairytale.


On on top of a steep cliff overlooking the Mediterranean sea is located this small village, and what makes its special is that its white houses sympathize with the blue doors and windows, a great reflection of the reaction between the sky and the sea. Shops and kiosks selling souvenirs, antiques, paintings and handmade gifts are also scattered in the village, i was in a hurry so i didn’t buy any but in my next visit to Sidi Bou Siid, i will for sure get me something.

But i made pictures with an eagle once again in my life, wasn’t for free but it didn’t cost me much. One of the most famous landmarks of Sidi Bou Said is what is known as the palace of « Najma Zahraa » built by the english Erlanger.


A manifestation of a great love and beauty reflected in its angles. It has become today a museum that displays musical instruments and hold concerts of classical and arabic music.

Having a coffee in Sidi Bou Said, looking at the sea and enjoying the sound of the coffee music that plays with the sea waves and the people’s foot steps, what a symphony.


The entire town is simply beautiful, with flowers draped from almost every wall and doorway, and beautiful flowing vines hanging throughout the entire area. Sidi Bou Said is so beautiful, in fact, that many artists have taken up residence here.The town is also said to have inspired famous artist Paul Klee, and famous writer Andre Gide.

The entire town has an intense feel of artistry and craftsmanship, and the locals are very proud of their town, and don’t hesitate to show it off.
Much of the town is quiet, and inhabited mostly by locals going about their daily business. Other areas are aimed more towards tourists.

About Cool Burn Hatem

Hatem Dhwibi, a.k.a CooL Burn. A black guy from South Tunisia, kebili. Born in the second of december, 1988, but for him, he's not born yet. His life, the life he's looking forward didn't start yet. Cool Burn is the nickname he picked up for himself as a reflection of his person. Cool because he smiles, whether its time for a smile or not, he says : "i smile because i can". Burn, because he's burning from the inside, flames no one knows about, may be even no one could understand, so he's keeping himself a secret. Graduated from the higher institute of languages as an english teacher, he got the impression of his teachers and colleges especially during oral presentation sessions. He wanted to carry on courses but life didn't want him to. He lives in big-small city in the south. Big in space but small in content. He says : "dreams is what keeps me alive" He is ambitious, his dreams has no limits. He achieved some and still struggling for the rest. His father died when he was 13 years old, that left him a scar. 13 years after the death, he made the first song about his father called "R.i.P dad", in which he describes what happened that day and what he felt and of course using english language, making a duet with his friend whose father died recently. Music for him is a release, a remedy, so he writes, sometimes he records when able, other times he just keep his verses on papers. His mom is his first lady, he says :" no one and nothing comes before mom even i" Not much seen in his life but enough for him to learn how to survive. Contact info: Email : hatem.dhwibi@gmail.com Facebook : Hatem Cool Burn Fone : +216 28 086 670