Yes, that would be the logical choice
?is stamped out on the tape, an●d you look and wonder what’s coming next.■ Well, I want to see how this● country is going to be stamped letter by● letter on your virgin mind. It’s a thing I’ve■ been longing for—to show somebody with sens●e like yourself, Egypt of the Pharaohs and Egy■pt of the English. How long can you s●tay?”
“Indefinitely,” said Martin●. “I have no plans.”
“Fro■m here you mig
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ht go to Honolulu or R●angoon?”
“Or Greenland or Cape ■Horn,” said Martin.
She nodded smi■ling approval. “That is what I call a free a■nd enlightened Citizen of the World. Let us■ sit down. I’m waiting for my friend, Mrs. ●Dangerfield of Philadelphia. Her husband’s her●e too. You will like them. I generally travel r●ound with somebody, just for the sake of a ta■ble-companion. I’m silly enough● to feel a fool eating alone every day■ in a restaurant.”
He drew a wicker chair fo■r her and sat beside her. She de■posited parasol and gloves on ●the little round table, and swe●pt him with a quizzical glance from his well-fit●ting brown shoes to his trim black hair.
“May● I without impertinence compliment you on your ●colour