Al Salam Rotana Hotel
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Khartoum (en arabe, al-Khartûm: الخرط 08;م, ce qui peut être traduit par «Trompe d'éléphant») est la capitale du Soudan, située au confluent du Nil Blanc, venant du Soudan du Sud, et du Nil Bleu, venant d'Éthiopie. Le Nil coule ensuite vers le nord, traversant l'Égypte, pour se jeter dans la mer Méditerranée …
... when we head out on the route near Dinder National Park. Be Warned - this is some seriously rough riding!
Ethiopia: 1800km in total; This country is also being paved over, our rote is now 80% paved, with about 25% of this in rough condition. The unpaved portions are loose gravel, corrugation and dirt, and this is mixed in with a lot of climbing to make it extra difficult.
Cycling Difficulty: 5/5
1=Easy, terrain ...
... I should keep a distance with a stranger. After the owner talked to my friend, basically he was my friend at that time, the owner became so angry that we left the bar at once. On the way to buy the camels, I was attracted by a beautiful sword when my "friend" took all of my money and ran away! I couldn't think about it anymore, it did hit me so ...
... four months ago a tourist was caught with a bottle of alcohol, and was sentenced to the local punishment of 40 lashes on the back. That was more than enough incentive to ensure we were bone dry on arrival! Once through customs it was a short walk to meet our truck that we’d left a few weeks ago in Aswan. It was a great sight, and we’ve all been looking forward to hopping back on. Doesn’t really seem like an overland trip when ...
... in Khartoum.
Gary and I were hoping to take the shortest route to Khartoum but the others wanted to check out more Pyramids so we went the long way. Pretty sure none of us actually realised how long it would actually take. We got to the Pyramids near Atbara around 1pm but we still had a further 4 hours or so to get to Khartoum...
Again not surprisingly it was stiflingly hot, thank goodness for AC! The road ...