"Escape to Sudan What happens when you and your teenage son spend six months backpacking through Africa and the Middle East? Nothing—and everything"

An Honest Mom on Our Trip to Sudan

http://anhonestmom.wordpress.com/2011/12/01/on-our-trip-to-sudan/

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South Sudan (by Danish Refugee Council)

awodwanrazc:

South Sudan (by Danish Refugee Council)

Posted on Tuesday 19 July with 9 notes.
The People of Sudan and South Sudan are EXTREMELY Diverse

*Note: The Joshua Project is a religiously affiliated Christian organization, but it is a source that highlights the diversity of Sudan and South Sudan’s populations. 

Posted on Monday 11 July with 56 notes.
Souk Omdurman

Souk Omdurman

Posted on Monday 11 July with 43 notes.
View from minaret in the abandoned city of Suakin, Port Sudan. -By Vit Hassan

View from minaret in the abandoned city of Suakin, Port Sudan. -By Vit Hassan

Posted on Monday 11 July with 36 notes.
Camels in Nuri by Vit Hassan

Camels in Nuri by Vit Hassan

Posted on Saturday 14 May with 4 notes.
Travel Sudan

Sudan - Mud Brick Laying

Sudan - Omurdan's Suq Market Shoes

Sudan - Meroe Site

Sudan - House Inside

Sudan - Grass Hut

Sudan - Dinder National Park - Gazelles

For travel information and more pictures, visit Travelthewholeworld.com/Sudan.html

Posted on Saturday 7 May with 6 notes.
Palace Guards photographed by Marco Di Lauro

Palace Guards photographed by Marco Di Lauro

“Sudan is a wonderful place. There are some places you travel to that amaze you with their natural wonders or perhaps their cultural prowess, but Sudan is different. Sudan is defined by its incredible people.”- Mike Krefta’s Adventures

Sudan is a wonderful place. There are some places you travel to that amaze you with their natural wonders or perhaps their cultural prowess, but Sudan is different. Sudan is defined by its incredible people.”- Mike Krefta’s Adventures