Ameg Lodge Kilimanjaro Ltd.
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Travel Blogs from Kilimanjaro National Park
... blacksmith was very interesting,(it can’t be any better than the blacksmith at home, just off the M4)
Here we are now back at our campsite and Alex, Lance and myself are counting the cost of this aimless walk, we never saw the village, we did see the church, we did see a Chagga house (one room, and all the family and live stock live in it, can’t see Anne letting me have the chickens running around the living room, let alone a cow, several goats, a pig and hens, ...
This was our first ever visit to Africa, and we've got to say it was absolutely amazing! The Tanzanians are incredibly friendly and laid back people. Tanzania as a whole is known to be one of the safer countries in Africa and from our experience this was the case. There wasn't any time during our 3 week trip where we felt unsafe or threatened but in saying that, we weren't comfortable enough to have money in our pockets or wear any jewellery.
Now the main purpose of our ...
There are a number of routes up to Kilimanjaro, and they start to merge up here, and at our next camp site. It's really cool to see all the different trails with lines of porters and hikers.
This is also where there's a split to go up to Lava Rock, or bypass it and go right to the camp site. The porters generally bypass it because it adds another 1000 feet of elevation gain and descent. But hikers who feel well always go because the ...
Despite being brought bed tea quite early on the last morning, we had still managed to sleep for 11 hours, so we didn't mind. Mecky must have again been very happy, as we completely demolished our breakfast - our appetite was more than back by then. What followed was the famous tipping ceremony, in which the crew sings a song to thank us for coming to see their mountain and we thank them for showing it to us by tipping them for their service - doesn't seem like a ...
... rays hitting all the glaciers and turning them pink. Due to Joshua's extremely useful tip to pack the camera battery between two hand warmers it was absolutely full and Matt was suddenly very busy taking pictures of everything around us which, no offence to him, simply don't do it justice. We kept meeting people coming back from the peak, who were always encouraging us with "Not long left, you're nearly there", which we knew anyway, as we could see ...
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