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 …
... 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 ...
... teeth raw! Teamed up with Terry, John and Mark. About 30km in was down to Terry and I. The part up to lunch wasn't so bad. Glad for the extra tape and 2 shorts. After lunch it went downhill, pretty fast. Lost Terry, aggressive attack by 4 dogs, and no garmin. Not a clue where I was or going. The TdA marks the route with orange tape but still not to sure where was going, was pretty frustrating. At ...
... too. John had a great time, some great photo's of an all boys outside school. Then he was in a coke stop and go to talk to some Engineerings from Canada about the new factory they were building! He get so lucky, but he's a very approachable guy and loves to travel so love listening to his stories. At one coke stop, several riders let kids play on the bikes, was great til one went over the handle bars, then they thought ...
... the ride. It was surprisingly comfortable. Another highlight was climbing up a giant rock protrusion Jebel Barkal (I wouldn't really call it a mountain). From here we had an amazing view in one direction of desert and pyramids, in the other a view of the Nile and town, and then also a view of some old ruins. To top it off instead of hiking down we got to run down on sand (I'd gotten over this fear in Dune 45 in Namibia). We were ...