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Prices in Juba, South Sudan

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

Prices in Juba, South Sudan

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.

  • Boda-boda moto taxi long ride = 5 pounds
  • Bottle of water in restaurant = 2 pounds
  • Bottle of water in street shop = 1 pound
  • Can of fruit juice in street shop = 2 pounds
  • 2 boiled eggs + plate of beans = 2 pounds
  • 2 chapat bread + fried rice with onions = 5 pounds
  • Hotel All Saints Cathedral Guest House = $50 dollars
  • Hotel Nile Resort = $50 dollars
  • Bunch of bananas in Konyo Konyo market = 5 pounds
  • Water 1.5 lt = 2 pounds
  • Bean samosas = 2 for 1 pound
  • 1 litre Diesel = 5 pounds / lt
  • Street food (smashed fava beans with onion and tomato) = 5 pounds
  • Big pineapple = 9 pounds
  • 1 slice of pineapple = 1 pound

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