Corinthia Hotel Khartoum
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SUDANOnce we landed at the Khartoum Sudan International Airport we were immediately astonished by the darkness outside of the airport compared to Chicago. It was around 10:55 pm when we landed and we were all exhausted after a twelve and a half hour flight. We hailed a cab straight to our hotel, the Corinthia …
Section 2: The Gorge (Sudan, Ethiopia)
Khartoum to Addis Ababa
Jan 31st - Feb 17th
Tour D'Afrique Pre Information
1,607 km, 15 days riding, 3 days rest
average km per riding day = 107km (67 miles)
Sudan: 1500km in total; 75% paved through Sudan now but parts that are not paved are corrugated, rutted, loose sand and hard packed gravel, making for some tough riding. The unpaved days are mostly ...
... the flames. John's dropped off, he had lost his water bottle. Mike and I assumed was to pee or pictures. 10km to Rafuu, lets go, and the road worsen. The road today has had potholes, cracks and chip and tar but with big pieces. Not pleasant. Headwind picks up again, for **** sake!!!! Where's the flag, we watch Nat and keep moving. Dumping water on arms, legs and head. More water and more water, almost out of 2L......****...... where's the damn ...
... Poor Savannah is quiet sick, hopefully just from heat. TMI was most of the conversation, but we do get in some funny situations. Find a good place to relax and do your business, a local will find you and yell hi! We had a good conversation about choices, life and lifting weights. Good laugh about boobs getting in way of snatching. Still amazing to be in Sudan, it could be a very beautiful country with huge potential, but just isn't. We saw a very nice looking ...
... who better to arrive than three British doctors. The well spoken men had spent a patient week in Wadi halfa waiting for their noble vehicle to arrive and had caught me up in a couple of days. We chatted at the roadside before I decided it was time to pause the bike ride - pushng on was foolish. Allan was on the roof and I was installed in the cabin trying not to worry too much about the chain down Africa being broken. I spent the first days looking ...