Sudan on the Red Sea
Images and text copywrite 2012 by Michael Traum
Solution to a broken and repaired genoa pole comming out too short.
Dolphins swim under Eva's bow sprit.
A much larger type of dolphin.
This tired little bird took refuge onboard Eva.
Sudan is a much more colorfull and vibrant part of the Red Sea African Coast.
Some of these old buildings are said to have been built by the Turks.
A cruising boat anchored infront of abandoned ruins.
Port Sudan is a large bustling market city where most commerce seems to take place on the sidewalks.
Cammels graze by the roadside.
Rugged mountain ranges at sunset.
An eagle clings to Eva's spreader while anchored at an offshore reef.
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