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In my first years, when I came to the States _and certainly  be cause of my broken English with my  affected French-oui-oui! accent _it was an unavoidable question that came often around  within  a conversation, after the usual mundanities, and so evidently, or sort of, that the person would say:”where are you from?”

“…Algeria,” I said. Then she or he would say: “Ah! _Morocco?

” Nope. “_Where?”  North Africa…And so it went  on, “…so you speak French, ah!oui oui!” she would say.

Pass on that atoll, the small talk would follow its train of chi-chats, without hiccups.

Because Algeria is mostly unknown to people, and /or probably that for they confound,  most of the time, its name easily with Nigeria.

So I articulate its name: “Aal_ Algeria.” In that, geography speaking, culture and all the folks stuff; forget about it. Besides that, it is not their cup of tea to most of the people, here.

So, for that reason, and  perhaps for many others, it  remained titillating my  alter ego for a while.  Still, I  felt like there is some unjust ideas about Algeria, and  I was in a want to write some thing about it, something that matters, not about me_definitely not, I am not interested, neither by chauvinism,  but mostly for the love of words. Then this blog came on hand, like to say, and to say it in plain English and not in another mother tongue-language I use to speak.

That is, if you will  not find too much information about me, so please, understand my apology, and if you come across  of some debris of words  that we call meanings, don’t shot on the pianist! Please, be indulgent in finding some dusts ( my pet peeves,) on my own words, pardon for my site appearance, I am still tidying up so that it shine. English is enough forgiving so without further do.

My aim is  to let my readers who  honored visiting  this page, they surely find something different, that they would like to know a little more about Algeria.

So if you want to read more, here is a link below, please click on it

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/travel/activityandadventure/10579220/Timgad-Algeria-Tales-of-the-Unexpected.html?fb

Thank you for reading

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