Across Lake Nasser to Sudan

After 1000km of cycling I’ve found myself in Aswan Egypt – tomorrow we leave by boat for Sudan. It’s been an amazing journey so far. For the moment it’s all hands on deck to get ready to cross the lake into Sudan in the morning – life will be different in Sudan: there are no ATMs, Internet Cafes, Cell phone coverage or western comforts.  It’s going to be the full-on African adventure that I’d dreamed of.  Rest assured while I’m away I’ll be in the desert, riding in the sun and enjoying every moment.

– Scott Kennedy

Sharif

The road less travelled - watch out for donkeys! Picture: Sharif

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One response to “Across Lake Nasser to Sudan

  1. >>there are no ATMs, Internet Cafes, Cell phone coverage or western comforts. <<
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    Not to disappoint you but surely there are ATMs, Internet Cafes, and Cell phone coverage in the Sudan. Indeed, the Cell phone coverage is one of the best in the continent.

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