Safir Hotel Mazafran
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... to do. I grabbed a taxi and went down to the central train station. My driver was a friendly chap who aspired to leave Algeria before he died - his words not mine. He described the country as 'une catastrophe' which translates pretty readily. I popped out and found out the train time (singular) which unfortunately wasnt until the next morning. This seems like the kind of information one would research before but the latest guide book available on Algeria ...
... 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 ...
... brekkie with PITA, the Trainspotter and Tony. The latter loves his cheese. He even brought along mustard from home. Lots of jokes about Tobacco Man as a roomie from the others.
PITA is actually interesting to talk to but I just don't see what value for money he is getting not seeing any sites. He only did the Casbah tour yesterday as it was all downhill.
Readied for departure, the luxury of just closing the bag with a two night stay. Tobacco Man said he ...
... hall re knock on the door wake up calls.
Passed on coffee this morning, hoping for an espresso at the airport. Tobacco Man sat at the table with Tony, the Trainspotter and I and became the Conversation Killer.
Aboard, Erwin said the flight from Ghardaia to Algiers yesterday was 'disturbed', Dutch I guess for delayed by the weather. Our turbo prop was supposed to be here overnight but was still in Algiers as we headed to the airport.
Tobacco Man ...
... B1. Used the facilities and decided a java was necessary 2.5 E. Over to the rather empty B1 area to do the diary. Ms Merkel, where is your free wifi? Stumbling around, I found a complimentary hour via the good people at Telekom. Had a chance to upload the uneventful day one of the trip to the blog and check out the news. Picked up a copy of the International New York Times.
On a walkabout, B1 had become B61. The boarding area was a clear ...