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... 2007 and there's nothing on the internet so I was limited in how much planning I could do in advance. I decided to go wandering through the city. Almost everything was shut but the streets were full of people. I was quite surprised how little people looked at me seeing as how completely different I look. I'm completely used to a bit of staring but even the kids weren't doing it here. When Roberta and I were traveling in 2011, in a complete shithole town ...
... Hyun-ah impression that I'd been practicing with homeless people the night before (hence the late packing). The best thing about being in quasi-business is getting off the plane first so I skipped jauntily to immigration and sped through with my visa. In arrivals, I changed some money and got an Algerian sim. I always try and get a sim if I am staying in a country long enough. Firstly it lets you stay in contact with everyone at home ...
... hear me enter the night before: a thanks for my quiet. Just what is this world coming to? The wind is more of an issue at the moment than the rain. Got off a bit late than the scheduled 0830 start.
We will go to the furthest of three stops and work our way back toward Algiers. The Trainspotter and Erwin were chatting about constitutional democracy, Tobacco Man chiming in to complain about the voting patterns back home along generational lines. He's evidently a Tory in ...
... the back door open all the time; shouldn't have shown him the button! Erwin advised we could expect a delay but we could check in; call it progress in small doses.
Standing in line, could I find the ticket? Looked in the expected possible places. When it came my turn, I just gave him my passport and that was sufficient. Tobacco Man, in line after me, had to show his ticket.
Got some good natured kidding in line from Legal Eagle, Ms Wino and the Tobacco Man ...
... 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.
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