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South Sudan

Hotels in Juba South Sudan

Filed in South Sudan by on May 7, 2013 2 Comments

On this page I have a few options of hotels in Juba. A quick list for accommodation options in the capital of South Sudan. ECS Guest House Hotel, Hotel in Juba South Sudan Prices for accommodation and where to sleep in Juba are very expensive, and it is actually difficult to find hotels in the […]

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Bus from Kampala to Juba, Uganda to South Sudan

Filed in South Sudan, Uganda by on April 6, 2012 0 Comments

The connection between the two capitals of these countries – Uganda and Juba, is very easy to do since there are several companies to travel in the evening and some in the morning. After some research I found that this route between Kampala and Juba is actually one of the most dangerous of all East […]

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Transportation around Juba, South Sudan

Filed in South Sudan by on April 6, 2012 0 Comments

The best way to go from one place to another in Juba is undoubtedly the motorcycle taxis called Boda-boda. There are also taxis (vans) which cost one pound per trip. Boda-boda bikes cost between 3 pounds for a short trip up to 5 or 6 pounds for a long trip from one end of town […]

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Road from Juba to border with Congo

In Juba, in the Hotel Nile Resort I met a gentleman of Estonia named Tarmo Tamming who was traveling with his Mazda van around Europe and Africa on a 2 years trip. He started his trip through several European countries to Turkey, then drove by Syria, Jordan, Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Somaliland, Djibouti, Ethiopia again, Kenya, […]

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What to eat in Juba, food in South Sudan

Filed in South Sudan by on April 6, 2012 0 Comments

In Juba there are many places to eat. Most hotels have restaurants open late. There are also inexpensive options for eating on the streets. There are scattered around the city a series of restaurants where you can find the best food in Juba. Here in these places and with very little money you can eat […]

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Prices in Juba, South Sudan

Filed in South Sudan by on April 6, 2012 3 Comments

At the time I visited South Sudan, the exchange rate of the Sudanese Pound was at $ 1 dollar = 3.2 pounds. You can get up to 3.3 pounds. In Juba there are plenty of small shops and supermarkets to buy a little of everything. There are still some typical markets with lots of fruit. […]

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What to visit in Juba, South Sudan

Filed in South Sudan by on April 6, 2012 1 Comment

Juba is a very strange city because it is very small and all major buildings and infrastructures you would imagine in a capital, still don’t exist. Much remains to be built in terms of government infrastructure. With time they will build it. The city of Juba is divided by the center called “town”, the area […]

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