I want to visit Sudan for 2 months (mid January to mid March 2019). Sudan in the last 12 months had an inflation of 60% (that's a rough estimate).
What impact will such an inflation rate have on a tourist over a 2 month period?
- Will a loaf of bread or a meal at a roadside stand cost more everyday?
- Is it wise on my first day in the country to exchange e.g $150 to 7500SDG to last me for a week? Or should I exchange smaller amounts e.g. $20 daily?
(I'm asking about Sudan but I assume the answers will apply to other countries with a high inflation.
Not sure if this is possible but I only want to know the consequences of high inflation and not of e.g. political problems, civil war, mass demonstrations, fleeing refugees, police violence, fuel shortages ... I guess if there's high inflation then there is a reason.)