Sharga Hotel

Address: Street Sayed, Khartoum, 79800, Sudan | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Street Sayed, Khartoum, is near Fiat Tagliero, Cathedral of Asmara, Nda Mariam Othodox Church, and Al Khulafa Al Rashiudin Mosque.
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    Travel Blogs from Khartoum

    Stage 18: Desert Camp to Khartoum(88km)

    A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Jan 29, 2015

    2 comments, 17 photos

    ... etc.

    Will be sad to see Erwin, Chris and TDA guy Miles go, but Liam will be joining us for the next section. Ben not up to riding today so on the truck. Mary jane had had enough after the busy secco of the ride to the lunch ruck today so she also went in the truck.

    Nice and coolish now - would be the perfect time to get things done but most people tucked up in their tents sleeping now. A rest day tomorrow thank goodness - no cycling.

    TMI, Sandwich and Goats

    A travel blog entry by paigerrides on Jan 28, 2015

    1 comment, 6 photos

    ... to go..... yeah, we are adjusting to life in the desert. Poor Savannah, she's sick, so sick people general have to stay out of the kitchen. I was last in line, and all I hear, Paige....can you please make me a sandwich? so sad! Poor girl. Thankfully she is better! she peed 4 times today. :p I rode to the lunch truck, a lovely 85km. Man it felt so good!!! Forced to keep a 25km/hr pace with a nice tailwind was the most ...


    A travel blog entry by jennifersarah on Apr 16, 2014

    38 photos

    "Welcome to Sudan" we were greeted warmly throughout Sudan accompanied by a smile and then perhaps with a "Where are you from?" and then nothing. No badgering, no trying to lure you into their shop. It was a breath of fresh air. It was incredible to travel in a country with even less tourists then Ethiopia and by less I mean virtually none. I think in 10 days we saw 14 other tourists. To have entire groups of pyramids and ruins entirely ...

    Crossing the Sudanese dessert

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

    26 photos

    ... 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 ...

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

    A travel blog entry by lucindafagan on Jun 13, 2012

    1 comment, 17 photos

    ... tuktuk and off to the real souq. It was at least a 20 minute drive putting our way through. We stopped for an amazing ice cream along the way - turns out after 27 years I actually like chocolate ice cream after all - and wound our way through back streets of dirt and eventually arrived at the souq. It was HUGE and fairly busy but we were only interested in the jewellery and shoes :) There was some beautiful stuff and I ended up getting a pair of handmade ...

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