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A Travel Blog entry by sharath from Khartoum, Sudan
... around 1830, is younger than Sydney. This is ancient Africa mixed with cradle-of-civilisation Ethiopia and Arabia. But Khartoum wasn't much before General Gordon and the Mahdi, and with multiple sackings and colonial conquests followed by the unenviable ...
A Travel Blog entry by genik from Khartoum, Sudan
... the lack of beer. As for the ice cream, I haven't had it for over 3 months so just couldn't resist a sugar hit. Khartoum itself is fantastic. The city is very spead out and is quite modern. There is much fewer colonial buildings than I expected. ...
A Travel Blog entry by robertandtanja from Khartoum, Sudan
... The other man seemed to want us have imprisoned at least, maybe worse. We decided not to take any further pictures in Khartoum or Omdurman. Imagine having shots of the Parliament, the ministry of Information (TV and radio), the Mahdi's tomb, just another ...
A Travel Blog entry by yoni from Khartoum, Sudan
... border without travel permits. January 15, 2008 Khartoum, Sudan This morning we walk to the Ethiopian Embassy. Walking anywhere in Khartoum is difficult. There are few sidewalks and we usually have to climb over or around piles of rubble or take our ...
A Travel Blog entry by derrick241 from Khartoum, Sudan
... ’t blown in days) the grass strip is full of biting ants and they hurt I really can’t say much else about Khartoum, I haven’t ventured far, it’s too hot walk anywhere and apart from the culture museum, what else is there to do ...
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