Travel Blogs from Sudan

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The curse on the River Nile, Khartoum, Sudan travel blog

The curse on the River Nile

A travel blog entry by the-rambler

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It is never too late, I suppose, to learn a new lesson – or dispense one. Especially if it means being tossed out of a Cairo hotel. No, there was no bad behaviour, no drunkedness, raucousness, nor trashing the joint, no Keith Richards, Keith Moon ...

xxx, Wadi Halfa, Sudan travel blog

xxx

A travel blog entry by the-rambler

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Chad across bandit country, to Sudan., Khartoum!, Sudan travel blog

Chad across bandit country, to Sudan.

A travel blog entry by kevandsian

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... , picturesque small villages set at the bottom of rocky hills and loads of locals smiling and waving as we entered El Genena, Sudan. Everybody was instantly friendly, the formalities took a heck of a long time with form after form to fill and various ...

The owner said…, Khartoum, Sudan travel blog

The owner said…

A travel blog entry by tabasamu2010

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Day 55  Today: 242 km Total: 11,008 km   We woke up and soon we had a crowd of locals sitting on the dunes watching every movement.  Everyone had something to sell, but to our relief they kept their distance and didn’t say a ...

The Nubian Desert, Dongola, Sudan travel blog

The Nubian Desert

A travel blog entry by jmckerricher

An African moment: I awoke at 2am to the sound of violent vomiting, 4 or 5 times, it sounded like it hurt. I considered getting up to check on the individual, but I heard someone else respond first. I lay in bed pondering; I hope it wasn't my food that ...

Peanuts and security meetings, Yei, Sudan travel blog

Peanuts and security meetings

A travel blog entry by smof

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... like the UN. So we end our tale for now from an internet cafe set up by an NGO focusng on teaching sustainable farming. Sudan is certianly a very strange and exciting place so please pray for us and keep e-mailing at all times. we love hearing from ...

Sailing the Arabian Sea, At Sea, Sudan travel blog

Sailing the Arabian Sea

A travel blog entry by jackwcummings

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From our Cruise Log Saturday, March 16, 2013 - At Sea 12:00nn 19 deg North, 058 deg East Weather, Gentle Easterly breeze, clear skies, calm seas, 25 deg C, 77 F   As we sail toward our next Port of Call in Salalah, Oman it occurred to me that ...

BVAWT017 - HSPN, Sudan, Sudan travel blog

BVAWT017 - HSPN

A travel blog entry by bva

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Last Call for Beers!, N 13 14.120'  E035 51.368', Sudan travel blog

Last Call for Beers!

A travel blog entry by bonthorn

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... backed up to let the other guy through, but not before letting the truck driver get a piece of his mind. Crossing into Sudan was a tediously long-winded affair. It was pretty straightforward, but there were a lot of forms to fill out, registrations to ...

Naqa/Musawarat bushcamp, Naqa/Musawarat bushcamp, Sudan travel blog

Naqa/Musawarat bushcamp

A travel blog entry by izzie

Naqa/Musawarat bushcamp ...

Meroe bushcamp, Meroe bushcamp, Sudan travel blog

Meroe bushcamp

A travel blog entry by izzie

Meroe bushcamp ...

Karima bushcamp, Karima bushcamp, Sudan travel blog

Karima bushcamp

A travel blog entry by izzie

Karima bushcamp ...

Dongola bushcamp, Dongola bushcamp, Sudan travel blog

Dongola bushcamp

A travel blog entry by izzie

Dongola bushcamp ...

Kerma Deffufa? De-fuck-no!, Kerma, Sudan travel blog

Kerma Deffufa? De-fuck-no!

A travel blog entry by izzie

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Wawa bushcamp, Wawa bushcamp, Sudan travel blog

Wawa bushcamp

A travel blog entry by izzie

Wawa bushcamp ...

Planning, Khartoum, Sudan travel blog

Planning

A travel blog entry by bonthorn

... That's the plan. And we of all people know how plans can - and do -change. Start: Lisamin Safari Hotel, Khartoum, SUDAN. End: Lisamin Safari Hotel, Khartoum, SUDAN. Distance Traveled: 0 Road Conditions: - Temperature: well, it looked mighty hot, ...

Day 46 - Cross The Desert to Wadi Halfa, Wadi Halfa, Sudan travel blog

Day 46 - Cross The Desert to Wadi Halfa

A travel blog entry by charlesaclark

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... ; I had expected him to be well on his way by now but it turned out that he had some administrative difficulties with Sudan and was delayed. He was also looking to travel through the desert with someone else.  I eagerly accepted his invitation.  ...

Ground Hog Day Wadi Halfa, Wadi Halfa , Sudan travel blog

Ground Hog Day Wadi Halfa

A travel blog entry by harryabroad

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... one another waiting for our departure date as there is not a great deal else to do in Wadi Halfa.  The people in Sudan are most generous, friendly and welcoming.  This in itself makes the harshness of the surroundings seem like just ...

Slow and steady wins the race, Wadi Halfa, Sudan travel blog

Slow and steady wins the race

A travel blog entry by bonthorn

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... Bush Camp at N19 57.056' E030 34.015', SUDAN. 08:30 End: Bush Camp at N21 45.997' E031 22.269', Wadi Halfa, SUDAN. 14:30 Distance Traveled: 318 km Road Conditions: sand, dirt, rough tracks, narrow alleyways in villages Average Speed: 45.5 km/hr Max ...

Day 42 - The Journey into Sudan, Khartoum, Sudan travel blog

Day 42 - The Journey into Sudan

A travel blog entry by charlesaclark

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... get a little chilly in the middle of the night but it was a fantastic evening.  What a wonderful introduction to Sudan.  I only realised very late that since crossing the border I had not seen a single woman.  ...

Night 42 - Amdangla, Amdangla, Sudan travel blog

Night 42 - Amdangla

A travel blog entry by charlesaclark

Very ...

Racing the visa, Khartoum, Sudan travel blog

Racing the visa

A travel blog entry by genik

... so lucky. Because of the SARS outbreak in Toronto (Mike is from Vancouver - other side of the pretty big country) Sudan wasn't issuing tourist visas to Canadian citizens. Doctor's certificates and explanations that if Mike had SARS half of Ethiopia ...

The Aliens have landed, Abri, Sudan travel blog

The Aliens have landed

A travel blog entry by tabasamu2010

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... back.  Next up we had to do our alien registration which is a requirement to be done within 3 days of entry into Sudan. We trotted off to the Customs & Immigration building after making copies of our passports and visas at the copy shop next ...

Life in my new city....., Khartoum, Sudan travel blog

Life in my new city.....

A travel blog entry by alisonw

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... Shep who had already bought their tickets!), though the offer of my excellent hospitality is extended to anyone coming through Sudan, including friends of friends... I will endeavour to get some photos of the city and its surrounds soon, and show ...

Sudan, Khartoum, Sudan travel blog

Sudan

A travel blog entry by hans-jenny

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... car. We were very impressed by the amount of development work in terms of infrastucture and irrigated agriculture going on in Sudan after having very low expectations. Most people seem to attribute this to Chinese money pouring in for whatever reason, ...

Sudanese Prince, Khartoum, Sudan travel blog

Sudanese Prince

A travel blog entry by simeons_blog

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... boy; does my head hurt. At least the alcohol is gone and I will be speared the 40 lashes for getting caught with the stuff in Sudan. We drove for 3 hours, all of which I slept, to the border. Once there I have never waited so long to get out of a country ...

Traveling to South Sudan, South Sudan, Sudan travel blog

Traveling to South Sudan

A travel blog entry by taralacey

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... The second turned out to be more important - Writing a business plan for the creation of a microfinance institution in South Sudan. For the assessment, I traveled to four different towns within South Sudan and managed to check out Khartoum, where I spent ...

The Haboob, Khartoum, Sudan travel blog

The Haboob

A travel blog entry by genik

... in the west and waiting to unleash. We were heading to the Royal City of Meroe, about 4 hours north of Khartoum. Sudan had several ancient civilisations which ran concurrent to the Egyptians. At times the Egyptians ruled Sudan, in others the ...

Market Chaos, Dongola, Sudan travel blog

Market Chaos

A travel blog entry by jmckerricher

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... men pushed them away. We eventually escaped after we ran out of money. This flies in contrast to everything else we've experienced in Sudan, but apparently will become more common in Malawi. I couldn't handle that for too many days in a row. Now what to ...

36-hour ferry crossing, ‘Abrī, Sudan travel blog

36-hour ferry crossing

A travel blog entry by gary.rosewarne

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After putting Jabula and his mates on the car barge on Tuesday, we would be car-less until our ferry arrived in Sudan on Saturday afternoon. Our departure was set for Friday afternoon 16:00, but we needed to secure our spot by boarding at 10:00! That ...

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