Thursday 11:10 am. I enter the AK Naggar Shipping office in Alexandria. A very friendly lady asks me when I could leave. 'Immediately!' I say. For 300 USD she promises me a berth on a vessel leaving Port Said Saturday morning at 8. She gives me her card and contact information for Naggar's Port Said office. It's Ramadan. Most offices open late and close early. And I have just spent the better part of the past two days running round town trying to secure a passage on a ship going from Egypt to Europe.
So here it begins: Africa 360 - my journey around the African continent. It starts with a bus from Berlin to London. Part 1: Reiselust calling to the faraway towns It's just past 7 in the evening when we start out from