Travelling family ‘stuck’ on a Mediterranean island due to Covid-19


The southern Tunisian resort island of Djerba, where the Laurents (riding camels) are currently staying, is usually a major tourist draw in the country. — AFP Relaxnews

As the novel coronavirus stops globetrotters and other adventure travellers in their tracks, one French family of nomads is waiting out the lockdown on a Tunisian island in the Mediterranean.

Bastien and Audrey Laurent, together with their two children, aged seven and nine, sold up their possessions and have been on the road since 2017.

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