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 …
... flat bread), shuro wat (chick pea stew), and kitfo (steak tartare). Though some riders may hesitate to sample these delicacies, no-one can resist the espresso and juice bars which will accompany the riders throughout Ethiopia.
From a cycling standpoint, the highlight of this section will be the Blue Nile Gorge, a 1600-meter precipitous descent and ascent on a paved road that tests the mettle of cyclists of any caliber.
... down the Lake once a week carrying its impossible weight of passengers and belongings.
I watched the loading of the boat from deck in amazment and baked in the afternoon sun.
More and more people arrived at the jetty and ducked into the boat, heaving bags and suitcases up onto the deck. The mayhem was entertaining from my comfy corner on deck ; I didnt spend much time amongst the sweaty decks below. The canteen sold interesting and ...
... however it was a pointless endeavor as the majority of us had backed up the photo’s the night before or simply changed the memory card to a blank one. Not much faith in the Sudanese secret service to say the least! It wasn’t a great end to the trip (we were checked again on the way out for photos!), and we are looking forward to getting into Ethiopia for a cold beer, but we loved Sudan for the few days we had there, with its amazing people and ...
... forced to delete his photos then released. I think he was pleased they didn't destroy his camera.
Our rider Peter from New Zealand became ill on the rest day and was hospitalized in Khartoum. I didn’t hear of it until after but I believe he developed sepsis. There seemed to be a lot of diagnostic uncertainty.. His insurance Med-Evac him to Nairobi and ...