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    I get the beer and the sex on my breaks. Or should i invest in bitcoin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    No beer, no sex. Around a load of backward Mussies.
    Right I mean like what could go wrong?

    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    Or should i invest in bitcoin

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    Been sat on my ass for 12 months now. Snuck in a few trips and over served myself the wobbly pops. Im not skint but getting fookin bored. The gig pays in $ USD which is the currency i trust in. I might last 1 rotation or i might last 10. If i cant handle the fookers then im outa there.

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    Let's hope there's an Internet connection out there and you can tune into Here for some civilised company .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    no sex. Around a load of backward Mussies
    I have just survived 6 weeks - though I have beer , just discrete

    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    The gig pays in $ USD which is the currency i trust in
    euro might be a better

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    Let's hope there's an Internet connection out there
    don't download any software - all these countries employ " middleboxes " and they will inject the exe with surveillance malware - and steal your bitcoin

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    No beer, no sex. Around a load of backward Mussies.

    Sounds great
    I once had a Sudanese girlfriend, though the word 'girlfriend' might be too strong a word to describe our relationship. Anyway, she was always gagging for it and I was such a nice guy that I always obliged. She wasn't a Muslim. I think she said she was an animist.
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    ^ got any pics......for Luigi

    I worked with a Sudanese guy before. I think he got refugee status in the UK. Devoutly religious, nice meaning bloke, but not all there in the head.

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    Never knowingly met anyone from Sudan, met loads from Somalia though and they were all cvnts without exception. That was when I was working in London basing myself in Southall bit of a melting pot there as the Sikhs hate the Muslims, the Muslims hate the Sikhs and they all hate the Somalies, maybe the Sudanese are a nicer lot. Muslims and Sikhs I am referring to were all Indian, the Sikhs were great as myself and partner used to stay in a Sikh owned pub in Sothwell were only 2 white guys there and they loved us for whatever reason, many a night pissed for free wouldn't let me buy a drink. Hope this invaluable information helps that has fuk all to do with Sudan on your upcoming trip....
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    Depends where you are mate.
    If you're up north just get your self a local bloke as a trusted mate as soon as you can.
    Hire him to be your side kick.
    You'll get all the beer or grog you need.
    Plus anything thing else you need.
    The Sudanese are mixed mob. It all depends on where you are.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    ^ got any pics......for Luigi
    No, sorry Dill, err, Luigi.

    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    I worked with a Sudanese guy before. I think he got refugee status in the UK.
    Last I heard, she had married an American guy and was living in the States.

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    I worked there years ago.mainly Port Sudan-Khartoum-Dongola,and that was before Oz Bin Larden(sic)hung out there.
    What I heard it has got a lot more mussie fundermental than then, was ok but no party time.
    The black Sudanese were a lot more easier going because less mussies amongst them ,some great looking women to get a trouser reaction but one had to be careful.
    The south was a lot looser but now since it is South Sudan it is your typical African shithole with tribal wars.
    You are not likely to any hassles though in your day to day life at your site.

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    Deals done and dusted. Signed my contract yesterday. Start date april 1. Wish me luck

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    purchase a lightweight stepladder and camel bikini on lazada before you leave

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    Good luck, bld.

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    Good luck bud.


    Would be great to see a thread on it after yer first stint. Cheers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    Start date april 1. Wish me luck
    Wonder if your new workmates have got a sense of humour a nice April Fools Terrorist gag waiting for ya

    Good luck mate

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    I have managed to get in touch with an old school pal who visits there from time to time. I have asked for his advice/tips

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    Good luck buddy, we wish you and yours all the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Wonder if your new workmates have got a sense of humour a nice April Fools Terrorist gag waiting for ya

    Good luck mate



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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger View Post
    Wonder if your new workmates have got a sense of humour a nice April Fools Terrorist gag waiting for ya

    Good luck mate
    So far the only fookers telling me not to go there havent been there themselves. The guys who have tell me its ok. Albeit no beer and bacon butties. Fuck it. I will give it a try.

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    tone down the lipstick and knobs yer uncle, bum voyage don't forget to write

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    Quote Originally Posted by toslti View Post
    I have managed to get in touch with an old school pal who visits there from time to time. I have asked for his advice/tips
    I would be interrsted to hear his thoughts

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    Quote Originally Posted by beerlaodrinker View Post
    So far the only fookers telling me not to go there havent been there themselves. The guys who have tell me its ok. Albeit no beer and bacon butties. Fuck it. I will give it a try.
    You can still enjoy yourself without beer on a Friday night mate


    Every Friday evening, Sufi dervishes perform a ritual called dhikr at the tomb of Sheikh Hamad-al Nil, a 19th-century Sufi leader. The devotees dance and work themselves into a frenzy while reciting Allah’s name, helping to create a state of ecstatic abandon that supposedly allows their hearts to communicate directly with God.


    The ceremony begins when the dervishes make their entrance to the cemetery dressed in colorful patchwork robes with bright beads draped around their necks. They then proceed to a patch of cleared ground in front of the mosque while banging drums and chanting while a man attempts to enforce the perimeter boundary.

    Although he carries a large club, he still struggles to maintain order as the crowd is, by now, wild with excitement. Fights break out among the more belligerent adherents who appear to taunt each other (quickly dealt with by the club-wielding man). Wild-eyed priests dance around the perimeter and blow incense into the faces peering out from the mass of spectators.

    The proceedings become more electric as the evening wears on. The rhythmic chants of “La Illaha Illallah” (there is no god but Allah) become hypnotic. Every so often a devotee breaks off from the main group, spinning in a blur of arms and legs. With eyes rolling, the dancer seems to enter into a trance-like state before collapsing onto the ground.

    The ceremony begins around 4:30. Visitors are treated with respect despite the fighting and theatrical bad tempers among devotees. It’s hard not to be swept along with the ritual. When it ends, you almost feel as if you’ve suddenly snapped out of your own trance.

    Know Before You Go
    It is better to have a local guide to help experience this ceremony. They know the best place to be positioned to get a good view and can match the belligerence of the locals to get you there (in a way which would probably best not be attempted by a tourist!).
    https://www.atlasobscura.com/places/...madal-nil-tomb



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