Grand Holiday Villa Khartoum
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... in all of Khartoum had so many American-like dishes! Knowing that this was a one time lifetime experience, we all tried very traditional sudanese foods and dishes they offered such as Manakish. Manakish is a Sudanese dish that consists of of dough topped with thyme, cheese, or ground meat. It is a daily bread of the Eastern Mediterranean and is an olive oil-rich flatbread, most often topped with za’atar, a mixture of dried thyme, sesame seeds, and sumac. For a ...
... time machine screwed up and today doesn't count. **** me....Laura got on the bus too..... ****! so going to be bed. Tomorrow is a Mando day, and AWOL certainly is not looking forward to 99km of the same stuff tomorrow. Not to mention, found mud so she's just covered same with the shoes. But the good news is I didn't fall once, or get a flat! Very impressed with that. I feel luck will change ...
... worried, peed twice today, have had 1 grande coffee, 3L of water, 1L of energy drink, 1 bottle juice and 2 grande teas........but it is a long way to walk to the bathroom....... New term - Food Porn. Food we are craving or missing from home. Odd what strikes you. The last few days been craving Mom's egg rolls. I haven't had them in years! but the other day that was all I wanted, or her beef and broccoli.... So Mom, when ...
... bunk beds. The cabins were small but had A/C. Luckily I didn't hear about the rats until AFTER I had a solid nights sleep on the floor. I was still better off then the second and third class passengers who were out in the open deck in the intense sunlight when it was daytime. We ended up being on the boat almost 24 hours as we obtained visas on the boat. Then we had the monumental task of getting off the boat. After trying to wait ...
... stint of travel.
A Jeep had joined the Landrover on its journey south, piloted by two Swiss gentlmen Dario and Michel.
Sometimes Africa can test the patience of a jaded traveller, but the broad howareyou smiles of the Swiss roll them through this unpredictble continent like its their home town.
Alcohol is illegal in Sudan, (if caught being drunk, 41 lashes with a hangover is the punishment) but rather than bearing a dry month, ...