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... again so I took a taxi back to my area. As I was walking back to my hotel I spotted a guy called Salim I'd been speaking to online, instantly recognisable as he was the only buff guy in Algeria I'd seen so far. It was a nice coincidence and so we hung out and wandered around the city a bit together. With everything closed that night I stayed in and watched a tv show about the holocaust with French subtitles. Tomorrow - off to constantine - the city of ...
... lets you have google maps which means it's harder to get lost and harder to get shafted by taxi drivers. But more importantly it satisfies my life consuming addiction to the Internet. How did you think I was able to get the name of the Korean Air executive for my joke earlier - magic?! No! INTERNET!!! Some guy kept following me around trying to get me to buy all shady **** but I eventually ditched him and started following the ...
... the Express form to fill out plus another page for email addresses. The Trainspotter does not have an email address! So far the Swedish bikini volleyball team has not signed up on any of Erwin's trips.
The last police escort transfer was supposed to be after 1620. We drove on into Algiers without one. We got back to the Hotel Safir at 1710, the traffic much lighter than normal today.
Got Rafik's email address at reception, realizing I had not spelled his ...
... I suggested the prize to an answer to a question would be to share a night with Tobacco Man and she wryly noted second prize must be two nights.
PITA gave Legal Eagle a new $2.00 US bill, saying it was lucky. I said decidedly not so, the amount not in general circulation at all in the US. Am I not right, Brys? Got out of there c 2300 600 AD.
Back up to the room to pound away on the journal until nearly midnight, bagging out for some beauty sleep.
... the Algiers route is not a biggie for Lufthansa. The Airbus 319-100 was parked out on a runway. Rain was our going away present.
The flight was pretty much full. Had a form to fill in and I fumbled around with it re my French [getting chunks of it wrong, the guy at customs reworking several areas].
Lunch was before 1100, seemingly an omelette topped with potatoes. The time passed as I screwed up a sudoku.