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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 ...
The actual title of this 2007 book would not fit in the subject line: How to Talk about Books you haven't Read.
I was expecting a spoof (with or without a serious point emerging) but this book is completely serious (with a wry smile showing through occasionally) and deeply philosophical -- though elegant and simple.
Just as we don't have to live in a country (or even visit it) in order to know something about it and talk ...
... of money. The atmosphere is very immoral
(although we bring the sweet aroma of God with us, our waiters and other staff workers
learn to smile and love again, due to our love and the sweet presence of the
Lord among us). We tried one theatre show and had to leave half way through, it
was beyond what we could take!
So, this is a disappointing
report, but all eight of us are on the boat, on our way to Florida, eating
well, and hopefully, ...
... who retain modesty in their dress but don't hide their face and many, especially among the young, who have discarded the traditional dress. Our tour started with a panoramic view of Tlemcen from near our hotel. We could see the remains of the ancient city of Mansourah with its huge mosque and square minaret (minarets in western Africa are flat sided rather than round as in the Middle East). The first picture shows the ancient remains of the wall around ...
... dependent on oil and it is currently doing well as indicated by the building boom here. Historic sites visited included the Bey's palace (Bey means governor during the Ottoman rule) built in the 16th century and significantly altered (ruined?) when taken over by the French. We also went to the Cathedral of Santa Cruz and the plateau of Murdjadjou, both of ...