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... his wife. Seem to have made new friends called Roy and Shirley who we are now meeting for pre dinner drinks this evening. Went to the QM2 Planetarium for a very interesting and informative presentation about our universe. Definitely very thought provoking... Formal night tonight for dinner so DJ on and shoes polished. Bye for now, Sue and ...
... he may still know its location, or in other words how it is situated in relation to other books [the "collective library"] ... Of course the content of a book is in large part its location." He cites Ulysses, a book few have read but many can talk about: "I often find myself alluding to Joyce without the slightest anxiety."
He proposes a new era of candour using notations such as SB (skimmed book), HB (book one has heard of), ...
... your prayers!!!) will begin to sleep and
We're learning our way around the ship, and begin to relax. In
the meantime the boys dragged John into a basketball shooting competition. It
looked pretty sewed up until a very tall and athletic German woman walked on
the court at the last minute. She had perfect form and seemed to be a
professional athlete! Then one of the staff members, a Russian who had told
John earlier that he ...
... he relented and as we approached we could see they were mannequins. What we enjoy most about traveling to unusual places is just roaming the streets and markets to see the people in their everyday activities. We had that opportunity in Tlemcen. Several of our friends expressed concern for our safety while traveling in this part of the world. You will be happy to hear that we have been accompanied by security people provided by the Algerian government. In ...
On Tuesday, 9/10, we flew from Algiers to the port city of Oran in western Algeria. Oran is a city with a lot of history dating back centuries up to more recent times, including WWII fighting between the Allies and Germany. The city has some fine architecture from the French colonial period and more modern buildings still being built currently. The economy of Algeria ...