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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 ...
... Umberto Eco, Greene's Third Man, the film Groundhog Day, Natsume Soseki, David Lodge, and an attempt by an anthropologist to acquaint the Tir tribe of West Africa with Hamlet.
Bayard also points out that with the passage of time a read book tends to become a forgotten book. (This has been my dismaying experience with places as well as books). Anyway, the important thing is not to have read the book, but to relate to it in some meaningful ...
Monday 28/10 ( Day 2)
The next big blow was the fact that there is no internet
connection here. We wanted so badly to post pictures and stories daily , and
will have to be satisfied with only a few every few days. ( that is in hope
that eventually Internet will be available J)
The ship is huge, the food is excellent. Most of the
population is German (not exactly our natural and comfortable company). Almost
every service is costing ...
... picture there are two in view. One is the iman in the grey outfit in the center and the other is the man in the red shirt on the right. On 9/12 we spent the entire day traveling to Annaba in Eastern Algeria. We had to ride the bus back Oran, then fly to Annaba with chaotic and ineffective security checks in the airport. The exiting part was the bus ride with Algerian police leading us through traffic with sirens blaring to try to get the other vehicles to move ...
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 ...