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I dag var vi klar til den sidste game drive på vores safari tur. Vi har fået denne ekstra tur fordi vores bil brød sammen i Ngorogoro, den blev ikke klar, så vi sagde farvel til Jeffrey i Ngorogoro og kørte mod Tarangire Nationalpark med en ny bil og en ny guide. Da vi ankom til vores camp, gik Hamand i gang med at tø …
... personal strategy was the decision not to focus on the summit day, which we knew would be utter hell, but rather to enjoy each day as it came. We wanted to have a positive attitude that allowed us to be in the present moment and not to keep projecting to the final end of the climb. We thought that if we celebrated each day when we arrived at camp, and felt gratitude that we were even attempting the climb and were healthy enough to do so, then we would remain calm and positive. It ...
... camp tomorrow, although it's a long way up and I'm worried about whether my trainers can last the course. Also worried about Zoe, she was burping so much today she sounded like an old western cowboy. Zoe: Well yesterday was an exhausting day. Dad was feeling alright in the morning as was I, but it wasn't long before our sleepless night caught up with us and we both had several signs ...
We arose to a chilling but beautiful morning, being just above the clouds gave us clear blue skies above and the soft undulating clouds just below. Dean also awoke to his shorts frozen to the top of his tent, having left them out to dry! Today’s trek was a lot nicer than the previous two days, as we followed the contours around the mountain for 6 hours to reach Kikelewa Camp. We followed the same routine as the previous days, being woken by porters offering ...
... 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 ...