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... cat Tabu. I mentioned leaving that site to Rafik I would need his undertaking [term clarified] not to pass the blog details on; readily agreed.
Tipaza was another walled city. At 2.2k, it was smaller than Caesarea. We breached the walls to enter the necropolis. Such places always have an eerie edge to them.
I think my flimsy 'Maid of the Mist' raingeat is tearing. Must invest in something better for the summer trip.
Erwin and I were headed for ...
... and Tobacco Man to pass. It was drizzling a bit as we went just two minutes from the hotel to a decent spot. Largely well seated, always a plus. How do these places have meat dishes but no kebabs? Four bottles of wine were ordered. I ordered lamb chops rare and got beef rare. Unless others, DOG, didn't make a fuss and tried it, not having had a steak so far. I thought the Trainspotter was going to pass out on the Dijon mustard. Shared a bottle of wine with Tony.
... B1. Used the facilities and decided a java was necessary 2.5 E. Over to the rather empty B1 area to do the diary. Ms Merkel, where is your free wifi? Stumbling around, I found a complimentary hour via the good people at Telekom. Had a chance to upload the uneventful day one of the trip to the blog and check out the news. Picked up a copy of the International New York Times.
On a walkabout, B1 had become B61. The boarding area was a clear ...
... and even had lunch in a private home there. It was easy to imagine all sorts of evil going on in the area but we saw none and it was a pleasant walk on hot sunny day. At the market at the foot of the Casbah there were lots of people doing their normal shopping. We're now planning our week in Rome and because Rome is so well known, we haven't decided how much, if any, blogging we'll ...
... final count on trip members is 12 customers, 2 local experts on Algerian culture and the owner of the travel company. Today we took a bus trip to nearby Cherchell to visit 2 archeological museums to see some Roman statuary and learn some history, but mainly to see some magnificent Roman mosaics. After Cherchell we went to Tipasa for a large seafood feast, then visited a World Heritage site ...
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