Sudan - The Sands Of Time

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February 12th 2012
Published: February 18th 2012
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Did you know some of the oldest pyramids in the world are in Sudan? How about volcanic landscapes, unexcavated tombs and sand swept temples? With the dunes of the Nubian Desert reclaiming archeological sites and petrified forests before your eyes, you soon find yourself on an Indiana Jones adventure, hunting for lost treasures and exploring the final frontier. A frontier of secret chambers and hid... Read Full Entry

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18th February 2012

Another fantastic blog.
I do imagine it was unsettling for you to pop up in some of these places-- don't imagine the archeologists have many visitors. Laughed at your travel permit process...fantastic! Loved every single photo. Your portrait work is wonderful. Enjoyed the highlights and lowlights. We won't be traveling again until August but hopefully you'll enjoy and follow along. Keep your wonderful blogs coming.
18th February 2012

Another superb blog from you with a great tale and photographs! Have wanted to visit Sudan for years, but know that obtaining a visa can be difficult. Please elaborate about the brawl on the Nile ferry!
19th February 2012

Thanks For Reading
wow - I have the attention of the three main bloggers on here (Dancing Dave, Travel Camel & D MJ Binkley). What an honor, thanks guys. I plan to write a separate blog about the Nile Ferry Company when I get a chance, especially the brawl in First Class!
19th February 2012

Love the kinda place...but the hassles with permits, security etc...I thank you for bearing the load...and enlightening us...beautiful blog. Keep safe.
21st February 2012

Answer to your first question: yes, I actually did know that. Your pictures are amazing, really makes me want to go travel Sudan. Keep it up, mate. Cheers, Jens

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