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... wedding. We all received henna, the powdered leaves of a tropical shrub, used as a dye to color the hair and decorate the body. The celebration had begun. At least a month prior to the wedding, the bride is barricaded in her house or a relative's house. She is scrubbed, massaged, pampered and transformed into a completely different person. It is not uncommon for the groom to be utterly confused and shocked at the sight of his bride on their wedding day. Almost every day for a ...
... 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 ...
Today we stayed with Grandmother.We cooked together lunch for the family.Now I know how to make kofta and molohijja.
Hairdresser-women not aloud in NAND hairdresser
Coffe time-never get the coffe with milk I meen
Goodbye tradition-go out of the door, than go back drink from the cup of walter than go back
Ammu Sophi visit
Home packing, photos
Family last ...
... than in Egypt.
One evening I climbed into a tuk tuk with a Sudenese friend and arrived in a tiny Christian village celebrating Christmas. All the villagers were outside the church singing and dancing, stamping one foot to the ground repeatedly and shrieking with delight. Of course the white man stood out from the crowd and it didnt take long to be asked for a dance. My dancing seem to go down a treat and later found myself drinking illegal home ...