The road chose me Going where others don't dare

They don't get any smaller! 6

The Temple of Karnak

I move North from Abu Simbel, and am staggered by the number of tourists getting around. I see a endless train of enormous tour buses, packed to the hilt with mostly European travelers. It...

The new Egyptian plate on the Jeep 9

Into Egypt

Wadi Halfa is a very famous town in Overlanding circles. For decades it has been the only land border crossing from Egypt to Sudan, and for decades it has been one of the hardest...

The highway stretches to Egypt 7

Northern Sudan / Sudan Ends

I continue North on the Eastern side of the Nile River, and again simply drive off into the desert to find a place to camp for the night. I would love to camp right...

The whole site sits walking distance from the river 5

The Temple of Soleb

After again gassing up at a busy station in the big city of Dongola, I move North on the Western side of the mighty Nile River. I’ve been told this side of the river...

Temples and views 6

Across Sudan

I move North to Atbara, and even though the Titan Gas tank is still full, I decide it’s better to buy gas whenever possible. After asking around in a few stations one man says...

The sand is trying to reclaim the structures 0

Meroe Pyramids

Not far from my wild camp I find the stunning Meroe Pyramids, possibly Sudan’s most visited tourist attraction. These pyramids are in excellent condition, sticking out of the sandy and rocky desert. This UNESCO...

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