In-clearance and Indoctrination

Sudan's flag
Africa » Sudan » North » Khartoum
April 10th 2010
Published: April 10th 2010
Edit Blog Post

After a relaxing Easter Monday it was time to get to work. First on the schedule was clearing into the UN. This is a process that requires one to march around to locations scattered randomly around the camp, collecting various stamps and signatures to take to the next location. The process and its redundancy were ridiculously yet humorous as I filled the same info on to a dozen of more forms. It was during this walking about when the reality of the +40C weather hit home. Khartoum is indeed a warm place.

Wednesday and Thursday was UNMIS indoctrination training. Nothing spectacular there, two days of relatively mundane training, along with some more stamps and signatures. While not particularly enlightening it was a chance to meet a few of the other international military observers. Other new arrives are from; Brazil, Sri Lanka, New Zealand, Nepal, and Zambia to name a few.


Tot: 0.037s; Tpl: 0.009s; cc: 6; qc: 24; dbt: 0.0211s; 1; m:domysql w:travelblog (; sld: 1; ; mem: 1mb