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... sands being whipped at blizzard speeds and cameras (even in cases) don't mix. So the last month of my trip will be captured by my iPhone. Our exit of Sudan was quite the experience. We were scheduled on a 17 hour ferry that would take us across the Sudan/Egypt border. However, slight complications arose and we only had 3 "first class cabins" booked instead of 5. It worked out in the end as I slept on the floor in one and the ...
... br> Carrying ten litres of water Allan was heavier than ever and strained at my knees as I slid slowly between sandunes alone in absolute silence. Occasionally I was passed by beaping trucks disturbing the peace and leaving me in a ball of dust.
When the sun tipped the horizon I dragged Allan over the dunes away from the road and pitched camp. Boiling pasta on a fire in the empty earth, I slept on the warm sand under a sky holding so many stars ...
Unfortunately the 3 nights of getting little sleep had finally caught up to me and although I had slept well my whole body felt tired when the alarm went off.
Already feeling overwhelmed by the generosity that Zuheir and Nebis had shown us, waking up to find the table set and ready for breakfast was a shock. We all sat down and enjoyed eggs, fruit, coffee, tea, toast and it was all fabulous. We got chatting at ...
... changing a flat. I felt exhausted. Lunch was still another 20km and I knew I
wouldn't make it. I bailed and rode the big truck to camp. The truck got stuck
crossing a railroad track and was damaged getting off. Rosalyn arrived at camp
after an 87km hot difficult ride. Poured water on ourselves from the Dinder
... permit (although I’m not allowed to take pictures of bridges – rather an awkward rule, given the Nile is a big hit with people like me, and bridges usually span rivers). Can you imagine all this bureaucracy in Europe? Visa: acceptable. Registration: forgivable. Travel permit: hardly encourages people to visit anywhere outside London or Paris or Frankfurt. Photography permit: getting hauled up by the scruff of the neck for taking a picture ...