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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... justifiably proud with our efforts thus far. Outside, we were surrounded by massive walls. Standing majestically above and behind us, ice glistening in the light of the setting sun, was Mount Kilimanjaro. Still very daunting – but now maybe achievable.
Dinner – Potato and leek soup, beef casserole, vegetable stew and rice. Tonight we had dessert – roast banana and passionfruit – it ...
... Davis to turn around and take me back, that I failed and I couldn't do it. But I didn't. I never let that become more then a fleeting thought. And I let the positive and inspirational thoughts just drown everything else out.
I have to do this. I have to get to the top. I can take just one more step, and then see what to do next.
On the way up there is periodic activity on the trail. Fairly early there is a man being helped down - he looks like someone hit him on ...
... morning. Though this is mostly possible because I have an amazing team of 9 people taking care of everything else! Tonight is supposed to be below freezing. I'm curious how my sleeping quilt and mattress will hold up to this. Then tomorrow it's off to the Lava wall and Barranco camp! Interestingly, the next camp is about the same altitude, but the Lava Wall is a climb as high as today but over twice the distance, so it should be less ...
I'm nervous! I slept on and off all night, and at some point started freaking out about not getting a yellow fever vaccine (when I got up and got to wifi it turns out the CDC recommends against it in my case). I also was worried about my packing and wanted to go through it all again, and try to stuff my sleeping bag in the porter bag so it was one less thing for me to carry (which I did when I finally got up).
Still debating using Diamox. I took two ...
... busy as ever, starting with a visit to Lake Chala with the normal crew - Dani, Justine, Catrine and Christian. Although the weather was not so favourable, we had a great weekend by, on and in the lake; taking a few kayaks out (we only capsized once), swimming in the surprisingly warm water, tanning by the lakeside, dining on some delicious food and camping out in a couple of tents. Although the lake itself was a rather steep, tricky climb down from campsite, it ...