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... 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 ...
... Restaurant El Bhadja. Ate with Tobacco Man and Erwin, the former disappearing for some pipe action, just leaving. Had a local dish.
The grain was semola [or whatever] that had the cheesey taste of Kraft Dinner back home. Lots of travel talk about African safaris, especially gorilla trekking.
Tobacco Man had grumbled about getting his kebabs, salad and chips [French fries] all at once, the kiss of death. The kebabs came first and he complained the plate ...
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 ...
Hello..day at sea today cruising between Valencia ..Spain and Tunisia ..Nth. Africa.
all good here, relaxing ,eating and drinking almost in that order...
Loved Valencia very much.
will tune in again when we have better wifi.
love to all
marl & Stuart ...
Sunday, 9/15, we visited the museum in Constantine where we saw many beautiful restored mosaics. No photos were allowed so we can just describe them as large, colorful mosaics depicting people and activities of Roman Algeria. We then drove to Djimila, about 2 hours from Constantine (with our protectors, of course), where we saw even more restored, unphotographable mosaics in their museum. Our Algerian guide ...