Lisamin Safari Hotel

Address: 41 st amarat, Khartoum, Sudan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 41 st amarat, Khartoum, is near Fiat Tagliero, Cathedral of Asmara, Nda Mariam Othodox Church, and Al Khulafa Al Rashiudin Mosque.
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      The Wedding of Sabaloka

      A travel blog entry by ar0undthew0rld on Sep 10, 2015

      10 photos

      ... the bride goes through a process called "Dokhan" in which she wraps her entire body in a blanket and sits on a hole in the ground. The hole contains burning "Talih" or ember-wood, an aromatic wood that gives the skin a breath-taking glow. During this time, the bride only bathes with water until the layer formed by the "Dokhan" is removed by home-made scrubs made out of lentils, fresh cream, oranges among others and for the more affluent, and a Moroccan bath The Sudanese ...

      Headwinds, traffic and Coke stops

      A travel blog entry by paigerrides on Jan 31, 2015

      ... are just, words don't do it justice. You have some nice modern buildings, but a lot of broken down old ones, but you can buy a fridge, a bed, food, etc. Just looks run down and old style. Ivan got some video so will have to get some. The ride was difficult today due to the heat and strong headwind/cross winds. The traffic was just an absolute joy to be in. I had 3 trucks come straight at me, and then move back over. 105km - A group of kids were on ...

      LAST! Sick Day

      A travel blog entry by paigerrides on Jan 27, 2015

      9 photos

      ... and miles and miles of sand. One area was all brown mud huts, with a beautiful pale yellow Mosque, it was so cute, tired for picture without anyone noticing, hope it's ok. Then the best was a purple building in the middle of brown ones, camera was too slow to react. It's neat to see things like this pop up once in a while. Today's lesson from Tim - don't pee under trees, as there are ticks about. Some one should tell the guy in the grey tent camped under the ...

      Crossing the Sudanese dessert

      A travel blog entry by rob-lowe on Feb 22, 2013

      26 photos

      ... with the King of the village.

      Time off Allan was great, but my knees hadnt improved. I left town hoping for the best and pedalled out into the dessert. The next major town Dongolo, was 400 kms away down a perfect asphalt road cutting a way through the desolate space.

      On the edge of town a man waved me over and warned me I was riding into nothing. I thanked him and rode on, enjoying the confidence I had in nothing but myself and ...

      Tuktuks, Camels and the largest souk in Africa...

      A travel blog entry by lucindafagan on Jun 13, 2012

      1 comment, 17 photos

      ... found the elusive camel market.

      We asked our tuktuk to wait and paid 7 Sudanese pounds to the guys working with the camels to let us in and take photos. This was a joy as most Sudanese shy away from cameras all together. There were big camels, small camels, baby camels and pregnant camels and we got quite close to all of them. The local men were super friendly and thought it was hilarious that we wanted to see the camels.

      Right back ...