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The Home for "Aged Persons is at Marengo, some fifty miles from Algiers. With
the two- o'clock bus I should get there well before nightfall. Then I can spend the
night there, keeping the usual vigil beside the body, and be back here by
... then more people, voices; the wait outside a cafe for the bus, the rumble of the
engine, and my little thrill of pleasure when we entered the first brightly lit streets
of Algiers, and I pictured myself going straight to bed and sleeping twelve hours ...
Now and again she would catch my eye and smile. We alighted just outside
Algiers. The beach is not far from the bus stop; one has only to cross a patch of
highland, a sort of plateau, which overlooks the 6i.
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