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... Turkey called gaziantep where hope goes to die, people walking down the streets would literally stop their conversations, stand still and gawk at us in a full 180 degrees until we had walked past them. On a side note - Have you ever wondered where a Lacoste tracksuit goes when it dies? Synthetic heaven ( on the back of a world famous knacker) ? Polyester hell ( at the back of an abandoned cupboard full of moths for eternity)? No, it rematerialises ...
... up, I got to the airport with an hour and 20 minutes to spare but the flight had been overbooked so they had given my seat to someone else. So I got upgraded to 'club europe' which was pretty indiscernible from economy except that there was a little curtain to separate us from the plebeians and my breakfast was approximately 10% less skanky than normal. Unfortunately the hostess didn't offer me any peanuts so I didn't get to do ...
... 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.
No big surprise that little sleep on the flight. Couldn't even scope out the flight on the monitor as that was not functioning. AC still has its same, very ******, music options.
The chef must have slaved over the packaged banana cake that constituted brekkie [along with an OJ]. We were early, landing at 0614. Eventually to the gate. Said farewell to my seat mate and sorted the Algiers flight at B1.
I cleared customs, finding myself ...