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... items was heart warming. At home we take it for granted that with a click of a button we can quickly order any speciality clothes and items or a short drive will take us to a speciality store with every imaginable thing in it. For our Porters and guides they relied purely on what was donated either directly to them or to the Porters Association which allows them to borrow the appropriate gear for free. This was just a small way we could show our gratitude to the true heroes of the ...
... was comparatively small to some others in our neighborhood. Then further in the trip I started to see some houses way smaller than our own. When we saw the Masai houses I realized that ours is going to seem like a massive mansion! It reminded me that stuff or the size of your house doesn't matter. People can be happy without a lot of stuff you buy.
After that, we came out and played with the kids a bit ...
... no civilization, in any direction, for as far as the eye can see. We have one bottle of water, two children, and four adults. Oh yes, did I mention, it is high noon on the plains of Tanzania!!!
After another forty-five minutes of traversing a barren landscape, we move from the weird to the ridiculous. We come upon a farmhouse and Shadow, our adopted Masai warrior, a man from the most noted nomadic tribe in the world, who as a people travel ...
“Matutu” is the K-Swahili word for mode of transport…most commonly a shuttle of some sort, a hop on-off service getting locals from A-B.
From Nairobi, we took a 9 hour shuttle to Moshi, Tanzania.
Not much to say about the trip, other than we saw a lot of the Kenyan & Tanzanian countryside, it was very hot and….did I mention it was hot?
The highlight however was ...
... CAMP (3720 METRES) – We were able to sleep in until 8:00am. Yousef called 'Hey guys' and brought in our coffee. Hot water bowls were brought in at 8:30am. Breakfast was at 9:00 and then we had to make a three hour hike up to Zebra Rock. After breakfast all of our party had assembled at the Horombo Camp sign. They all sang the famous Kilimanjaro song to motivate us. It was absolutely amazing. It was one of life's truly beautiful moments. Both of us will never forget ...