Could you check if I used the present perfect tense and (already, just, yet) correctly? Is it also possible to ask two questions in the present perfect tense related to this text, because it seems to me that only the past simple tense would be correct, e.g. Did I like Jerry (instead of) Have I liked Jerry? OR Did I want to leave with Jerry? (instead of) Have I wanted to leave with Jerry?

Here's the story:

Monday, 2nd June

I have just come to Egypt. It's very early in the morning. I have already got out of the plane and now I'm heading for my hotel. It's 12 o'clock. It hasn't stopped raining yet, but I am going to do some sightseeing though.

Tuesday, 3rd June

I can't believe it! I'm in Egypt, far away from home and I've just come across my friend from school. Jerry and I have decided to see Egypt together. I asked him: "Have you already seen some interesting places in this city" and he said "no"

Wednesday, 4th June

We are on the bus and I am no longer happy that I met Jerry yesterday. He has already started to irritate me. He keeps talking all the time. We got on the bus at 10 a.m. it's already 12.30 and he hasn't stopped talking yet. I already know everything about his family and his dog. It's 2 p.m. Jerry has just fallen asleep, and finally I had some time to read the book.

Thursday, 5th June

We are visiting the pyramids. I'm really really tired. I didn't get much sleep and what's more I've just spent the whole morning listening to Jerry talking about the hot weather, bad food and too small pyramids.

Friday, 6th June

Jerry has just told me that's he is leaving Egypt this evening. I am happy. He asked if I wanted to leave with him and I said: I am already a bit bored with this place, but I haven't seen everything yet so I'll stay and look around.

It's 7 p.m. I've just said goodbye to Jerry. Next I went to the restaurant to eat something and then I went to see Egypt by night.

Hi, really good work. I can see mistakes only in Wednesday, 4th June - Jerry has just fallen asleep, and finally I HAVE (why past?).
And in the last sentence...you are plannig what you are going to do, so again why WENT?

So in the last sentence I should have written: Now I'm going to the restaurant to eat something and then I'll go to see Egypt by night.

If you were to ask somebody two questions about this text and use the present perfect tense, what questions would it be?

Is it possible to ask: Have I liked Jerry ---because it sounds strange to me

Can you think of something else?