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... hospital. He was an interesting chap with good French so we walked back towards the hotel and he showed me the local gym. I headed back there an hour later for a quick workout. The gym could best be described as a shithole. But everyone there was very friendly and said hello. A few of the guys have me their telephone numbers in case I had any trouble. I got my Arnold on and then went back to my hotel for some serious Zs. Tomorrow i am off to djemila, the ancient roman ...
... did nevertheless push some buttons in the Arab world, especially in recommending just two children. Other Arab leaders called him an atheist.
Chatted with John about the Premiership and LFC's chances this year. A good steak was another topic. Outside green is back. Starting to see more sheep. It is rather breezy. Undoubtedly to some in the group that is Noubi's fault.
Two people at times are taking up three seats. Wo(Man) is in front, on ...
... We chatted about Algeria's difficult World Cup prospects but at least the country is there. He was impressed I brought up Algeria getting screwed by European sides in the 1954 World Cup. Which European would like to apologize to Algeria for this gross lack of sportsmanship?
To the Grand Hotel Cirta by 1715. Find it odd the father/daughter combo bought have separate rooms. There's six single supplements on this trip, a very high percentage. Dinner will be in the ...
... not the typical Roman ruins with a large number of public buildings and squares. Many of the homes had olive presses. The Byzantine basilica was built on top of the forum. It was quite windy and sometimes drizzling, a bad combination but toughed it out, not before getting several inquiries 'aren't you cold?'.
The theatre was nearby. The first three rows were for the nobility. The former khan, Dave, felt right at home. It claims to be the smallest theatre in ...
... to assist with waking up.
Down to the restaurant for very strong coffee [warm milk needed], juice and nice croissants; a pretty quiet group at 0500.
Left the hotel after 0530 under the cover of darkness with a police escort to the airport. I am looking forward to time to do a bit of a walkabout for some architectural shots. Algiers seems a bit in a time warp that way, grime the only addition since independence.
Erwin gave us ...