Sudan: Kharthoum to the southern border

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Sufi ceremony in Khartoum outside a tomb. Takes place every Friday.

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Saying bye to our hosts in Khartoum, Stephan and Lydia.

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Making sesame oil, using camel power

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Tree fossil, to big to carry home

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Spot the two birds in the picture.. There is a camouflaged owl.. The place made for a great campsite, the best in Sudan

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Can’t complain about the food!

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Our favourite from the limited selection of food in the rural areas. Borche. Bean stew, falafel and broken bread, onion, egg, oil and spices all mashed with a bottle. I particularly like the portion sizes..

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Cafe pit stop. In the background is the water delivery system, donkey and a water drum. They fill the water butts and clay pots used for drinking.

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Accommodation. Mostly in the desert. Occasionally in towns for the services of food, shopping, Internet and a bit of night life although drinking beer is an arrestable offence.

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View from the camp spot

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