Sudan - Desert, Sand, the Nile and the most hospitable and friendly people in Africa July 27th 2008 I've finally got round to publishing my last part of my blog!
I should probably start off by explaining the 13months of sunshine thing in Ethiopia before making a start on the awesome experiences that we've had in Sudan.....
It gets very confusing with dates and times in Ethiopia because it apparently took another 8 years for word to reach them that Jesus Christ was born therefore they have ... read more
Africa » Sudan Military regimes favoring Islamic-oriented governments have dominated national politics since independence from the UK in 1956. Sudan was embroiled in two prolonged civil wars during most of the remainder of the 20th century. These conflicts were roo... ... read more
We have decided that we are ready for a break from academia/work and want to spend some quality time together seeing the world!
Our first stop is Bangkok in Thailand, where we spend a few days sorting out visas and visiting the delights that the city offers! We then move onto Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and back into Thailand in the north, travelling into the south to Malaysia and Singapore. We'll fly to the island of Java and then onto Bali, where we fly out to Darwin, Australia at the start of December. A few weeks will be spent travelling down to Ayers Rock, where we then fly to Cairns and m... full info