Separate Passports
On this trip, where we had to be free to travel separately, each of us needed a personal passport. I retained our Christmas group passport, still valid, as my own by the painful expedient of crossing out the names of my loved ones. For the other two family members, then for three, we applied once more to our skilful friend at Duette, with these results. Much finer likenesses, wouldn’t you agree, than the usual grim passport photo out of a coin-operated booth?

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