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January 31st 2011
Published: February 17th 2011EDIT THIS ENTRY

I am in Nuri a small Sudanese village and walking towards some dilapidated pyramids. A police guard decked out in light blue walks up to me and informs it costs 25 pounds to enter (about $6.50). I had already seen two groups of pyramids the days earlier so I decided to walk off. At the roundabout I walk along the other street and thought. “Well the morning is not over yet I might as well have my... Read Full Entry

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17th February 2011

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A very illuminating read indeed. Usually I enjoy travelling through predominately Muslim countries very much, but obviously Sudan is a different proposition. Possibly one of the reasons for the negative attitude to Australia is that over 80% of Sudanese refugees heading to Australia are Christian. I'm sure the people of the soon to be formed Republic of South Sudan would hold a different view. I love blogs that spend some time exploring the psyche of a country; thus, this has been a very enjoyable read. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

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