Besides the advice on genuflecting, you might also write a positive, tactful letter to the pastor. Point out that you go to Mass there, and especially if you happen to like some specific about it, such as the music, etc. You appreciate that the Mass is at a time convenient for you, and you feel welcome. Then mention the awkwardness you feel due to the placement of the Blessed Sacrament. Don’t bring up Canon Law, liturgical norms, or Vatican directives - he would already know those - just how it affects you. Don’t threaten to contact the bishop.
Perhaps the church was originally designed in this awkward way, or perhaps the church was designed properly then redesigned. If the current pastor did not determine the present design of the church, he might be open to putting, or restoring, the Blessed Sacrament to a position more conducive to proper worship and emphasis. Perhaps he feels a little uncertain himself, or has already received a few mentions similar to yours, and yours might help towards a change.
Be sure to sign your letter. You apparently are not a parishioner, but he will consider your input. My experience is that a generation ago people pushed through bad redesigns, or bad new builds, out of a determined ideology to make religion more “horizontal”. Even though most of those people are no longer in power, the mistakes they made linger on because no one now asks for a change.