If you haven’t heard this term by now you would have undoubtedly experienced this it in action. Translated as courtesy, the term moojamalah is most definitely used here in Sudan in a courteous way! However, the courtesy behind this word is only half the story….
Ramadan Customs in Sudan
The tradition of hospitality is of utmost importance in Sudan, particularly in the blessed month of Ramadan. Communal breakfast Iftar is a continual tradition amongst all Sudanese regardless of ethnic background or region. Preparations for the month start weeks in advance with the milling of…
Al Jazar: A Minimalist Approach
On Al Jazar Street in al Riyadh Khartoum, under a large white sign spelling out the word “Al Jazar” in big bold black-lined red letters, is a great little take out for a delicious kufta sandwich. As the namesake explicates, the enterprise is a byproduct…
Travel Sudan things You Need to Know
(abridged) Big World Small Pockets Blog Steph Published: May 28, 2018 | Last Updated: March 11, 2020 No matter which way you look at it, Sudan just isn’t one of those well-travelled destinations. In fact, it’s a critically under-travelled destination, with hardly anything known about…