My very first magic carpet was woven in Tunisia. I found it in a souq – an open air market which sells everything from jewelry to ceramic dishes to rugs. The rug was woven of wool, and I could use it as a blanket on chilly nights when I camped outside.
The first people to live in this area were stone age cave dwellers called Troglodytes. I can see why humans like to come to Tunisia – there are many miles of sandy beaches along the Mediterranian coastline, though in the south part of the country there is desert, and it is hot!
I was a young kitten when I first started travelling. Slipped into a suitcase and away we went! I learn bits and pieces of many languages. It always helps to be able to say ‘please, thank you, and excuse me’ wherever I traveled. Very few people learn Meow properly. In Chinese, it is “miao”, in French, they say “miaou”. In Bosnia they pronounce it “mijau”, but the Ukranians say ” myau”. My human’s niece was fond of “deedle eadle” when she was a baby. I didn’t answer to that, ever!
Here is a short talk on how English developed from other languages: