Al Salam Rotana Hotel
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... Club, there is the Royal Palace, but that you can’t even walk past, let alone take photos of, it’s the same with any official building or a building that even looks half decent
There are the souks, but they are just crowded markets and they all want to sell you junk (which I have plenty of)
There are lots of motorcades flying about, this president must really have an extended family (all the good jobs go to family and friends even if ...
... cabin. I switched the fridge to freezer but the lowest temp it could manage was 9 degrees. We slowed but kept moving and finally the sand storm dissipated but the high air temp remained constant. We pulled up at Dongola having planned to spend the night but could not find any hotel and were not keen on camping in the heat. As it was 1pm and we only had 400 k's to go we elected to push on to the border. A brave decision on the part of the boys. Still if it was easy ...
... impression of the sounding of Sudan's official language (a language that is given a special legal status in a particular country, state, or other jurisdiction) and some of the obvious sound shifts (a systematic change in the pronunciation of a set of speech sounds as a language evolves) that are noticed throughout our natural comparison between English and their language. He dropped us off and we exited the cab. We put our bags down to adore this hotel up and down for a good ...
... no clue what was a coke stop or what, but was 10km from camp. Luckily Trisha and Kevin flagged me down for a 7UP and water. It was a looonnnggg 10km to camp but was the first female in being timed! Yeah! stage win for me....so I thought. Hands are numb, I can't feel my right pinkie. Annoyed with solar panel, bugs, dirt and ****. Yup ****. Goat and cow to be specific. At the Rider meeting, it's ...
... truck, Mark is starting to get sick so got on, Mary Jane just not doing the heat, myself - recovery and Kendy hoped on at 120km. Funny, if was this sick at home an 85km ride is the last thing I would do on my first feeling good day. Maybe an hour spin class but not 3.5hrs on a bike. But at home it's not 36deg in the sun either, chilly day today. Passing time til the 6pm riders meeting, dinner (hoping not goat) on my 2nd tea, ...