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... The difficulty possibly be choosing which of incredible backdrops to use in your wedding and reception photographs.
Once the relationship is ready, jump in there and enjoy the wedding right along with everyone . You know you are ready and you like what should so many celebrate this big day and develop a top-notch video that will likely be a treasured memory for this bride and groom for quite some time to ...
... cous translates to. Gave Tony a 2 TD coin that was in very good condition. Othman was feeling a bit ill having consumed too much harrissa last night, Dr Omar tracking him down to give him some of Tony's Zantac. We left by 1025.
Noubi had wanted to shop for the picnic lunch in Gafsa but it was market day and it was going to be difficult to pack the bus. Since Noubi had done this trip many times before, I don't know why that would be a surprise to ...
... would probably cause people to keel over into a tomb.
Had lunch nearby at the Restaurant L'acteur, trying a local dish consisting of rice, peas, mashed potatoes, artichoke and a fried egg 150 AD. It was not bad but the last piece of bread I ate gave me a bit of indigestion. Absent minded Nigel walked right into a metal sign...kabong!
By 1350 we were off toward Constantine. The city used to be called Cirta, a Phoenician name, in the early 4th c AD. One of ...
... in the country at about the same time as drizzle started. Water in the rivers is brownish in colour. Omar wears a hit full of country pins. If I ever asked him about it, I'd probably have to hear about every purchase.
Our climb toward Madaure continued. Hints of sun gave hope the weather gods were co-operative. The Old Goat continued his sleeping tour of Algeria.
Erwin is an affable fellow [I know, Dutchie, all Dutch are nice people]. He was ...
Missed from yesterday
--one of the older groups I've traveled with
--Erwin saying Algeria is not into tourism, something still new here ie Tony left the maid a tip on his pillow and she returned it as if he had made a mistake
--a beggar on the street last night after dinner
--bags should be safe in the lobby: 'we are Muslim, we don't steal'
Not a solid sleep but some in advance of John's alarm going off at 0430. Head under the ...