Apparent calm has returned to the country where the Arab Spring started in December 2010. Underneath however, the effects on the economy are still felt across Tunisia, where tourism numbers have plummeted since the revolution and more recent attacks on the Bardo Museum and the coastal resort town of Sousse. Tunisians are trying hard to reestablish the confidence of travelers, but in the meantime struggle to stay positive about their own future. This series aims to depict the ordinary, everyday life in a country where one of the most important uprisings in history began.