Ameg Lodge Kilimanjaro Ltd.
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... discussed our strategy of whether to continue down to the next camp where it would be warmer, lower altitude and no snow! Word on the street was that it was just as wet and miserable there so we put on all the dry and warm clothes we had left - it was enough to get us through dinner! Our legs were shattered, pain like we had never felt before! We demolished dinner very very quickly and ran back into our tent, since it was snowing, we couldn’t afford to ...
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On 15th Jan, we started our trek to the top of Kilimanjaro. We had no idea what to expect, other than that it would be tough! Below is part 1 of 2, a rough guide to how the first 4 days of climbing panned out, getting to base camp…..WARNING: It’s a long post so grab a tea/coffee/beer first :)
Pumped for the day, we got into a minivan with our guides and porters and headed for ...
... at 11:30pm. We barely slept but awoke in good spirits. We were ready for the climb of our lives.........................Bring it on Kilimanjaro!!!!!!!!!
DAY FIVE – OUR CLIMB TO THE SUMMIT OF KILIMANJARO – We got the wake up call from Yousef. We had some tea and oats and got dressed. It was freezing. We put on everything. Five layers on top and three pairs of pants. We walked outside into an abyss of darkness and met Edward and Dixon. We all high fived ...
... at base camp by 10.00am some running free and some supported on both sides by our wonderful team of Ashante Guides. Ian Ridley our Everest leader proved his pedigree with a huge effort of care and attention for the whole team which will not be forgotten. Katherine has vowed to return in 10 years time to conquer the peak and we are all now well and on our way to Zanzibar, all our love Marc and Team ...
... big tree' was 'sleeping' after being knocked over. As we sit writing, drawing and reading it seems every Tanzanian porter is making their way up the hill behind us carrying everything, there have been a few toilets erected (even though the ones here are errrr better than some Aussie long drop loos, in fact better than Glastonbury loos). There are also a few make shift kitchen sinks to be seen, does that count ...
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