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... the population gets too out of control, they bring in some African bushmen tribesmen who hunt and kill and eat them. The drive from the airstrip to the entrance of Ngorongoro was a bit surprising. It was like Main Street Tanzania. Initially the roads were nicely paved and have what our driver calls "sleepy cops" ie speed bumps to control speeders. Lots of shops, people hanging out, Pepsi signage, tee shirt shops, etc. Not at all what I was expecting to ...
... reading a 'Things you need for your climb to Kilimanjaro' check list. We did not have one of those! As you might imagine the Kilimanjaro madness had well and truly started and this was to be our state of mind for the next ten days. (Kili, Kili and more Kili) Absolutely everything was about climbing Kilimanjaro. When the plane took off from Dar es Salaam, I felt emotional. There was no turning back now, we were doing it!! Kilimanjaro, here we come!
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... everyone's name and each porter, guide and helper received their tip individually.....Brian did a great job thanking everyone and the porters were delighted with our tips...and didn't they deserve them!!
The porters sang a fantastic African thank you song and the whole experience was really memorable.
The next day we walked through lush rainforest again, spotting the occasional monkey swinging through the trees. What a great finish to a wonderful experience!
... we grabbed some lunch. In the afternoon, we wondered the streets struggling to find presents of any quality. The main purchases were football shirts, again.. Back at the hostel Timber, the World Challenge in-country agent, meet with us to discuss our next couple of trips: Ngorongoro safari and Kilimanjaro. This was pretty exciting. As we couldn't find anywhere in budget, we headed to Pub Alberto again for ...
... gave her many tips on where to find cheap and safe accommodation etc etc. We also spoke about where she had been so far, her experiences in various places she visited, couch surfing and interesting anecdotes etc. The African girl was her schoolmate and a pharmacist and had joined her on this trek alone. Seemingly she had started hallucinating on the way to the peak and had stopped recognizing her friend and guides etc and that's when she had ...