God's Eye Tutorial (OP sez: "...Originating in Mexico the Huichol people call their God's eyes 'Sikuli.' which means "the power to see and understand things unknown." When a child is born the central eye is woven by the father, then one eye is added for every year of the child's life until the child reaches the age of five. The result is a mysterious and magical object....")
Sbeitla is a small town in north-central Tunisia. Nearby are the Roman ruins of Sufetula, containing the best preserved Forum temples in Tunisia. The region was inhabited by nomadic tribes until the Legio III Augusta established a camp at Ammaedara. Through the surrender of the Berber leader Tacfarinas the region was pacified and populated under the Emperor Vespasian and his sons between 67 and 69.
7 African Safaris Where Animals Will Roam Right Outside Your Door
Brightly painted steel trunks, camel bells, and scores of lanterns make this sometimes mobile tented camp in Chad completely of its place in north-central Africa. The wildlife highlight is Zakouma National Park’s thriving elephant herd.