Month: March 2019

By The Wandering Vegan

Desert history in Sudan

Bujumbura, Burundi hadn’t originally been part of this trip to Africa. As the situation around Khartoum, the capital of Sudan, has deteriorated, I decided to cut short my time and see just my main focus: the ancient Nubian civilization that had been a contemporary of the Egyptian pharaohs. Khartoum airport, visa on arrival, and another…

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By The Wandering Vegan

Bujumbura, Burundi…zzz

Burundi…yawn. I wasn’t really a fan. First, I’d had so many issues with trying to get the paperwork organized for my visa while dealing with a disorganized travel agency (who I paid $25 to ‘invite’ me) and a disorganized embassy. Anyway, I got my visa, went out of the tiny little airport, and found…no van….

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By The Wandering Vegan

Mogadishu, Somalia

That’s right, I went to what’s often considered the most dangerous city in the world: Mogadishu, Somalia. I’m not saying that to brag. I’m just being upfront. I knew what I was getting into. I’ll also add that this post contains no “where to go for vegan food” recommendations, since my hands were pretty well…

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