Grand Holiday Villa Khartoum
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... as I walked out it was like opening a furnace door and within 5 minutes sweat was running down my face and back, Mark found a rotisserie chicken shop and that what we had for lunch plus ice cold water, it was a pretty good meal, if Mark hasn’t been with me I don’t know how I could have ordered it, then it was back out into the furnace, in the sun it was 52c, there wasn’t any shade walking back
Okay, now back to the Blue Nile Sailing Club, ...
... 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 ...
Khartoum is where the two Niles meet. In August the Blue Nile is a robust river and here it meets the slower moving White Nile. The Blue Nile flows past our campsite at the Blue Nile Sailing Club...no boats here but there is some lush green grass and more importantly a new toilet and shower block. Long promised but definitely here now, very welcome after camping in the desert. Khartoum is a large sprawling city, with little infrastructure, there are ...
... ok and TP/hand sani/shovel/baby power etc. 12km into the convoy, I had to pee, oh man! So did Marek, ok get out of convoy in a few km and find a spot.....45km we finally did. How would you describe this to someone, John asked. I don't think you can. It's quite the site, and since couldn't take pictures am lacking a lot. Riding along what would be a highway, all nice newer cars, you come up on a donkey and cart going down the side. The ...
Travelpod doesn't recognize a good number of the villages we pass by, we are still about 250km outside Khartoum, in a desert camp. Last night's had a few dead camels baking in the sun, I'll get some pictures up, once I remember to ask Marak for the adaptor again. Today was another day of rest on the truck, I feel better, but one more day won't hurt. The temperature rose to 47 in the sun, 38 in the shade again today. Very intense heat. Not much to see off the truck ...