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... was in process plus an accompanying letter from the Kilimanjaro Immigration office.
We were called into an office with a very suspicous looking official who presided to first question the validity of my visa application (which in my opinion was fine given I had crossed the border into Kenya with and back). Once I showed my letter, then he suddenly asked where was Mike and Sue's letters to show that their resident permits were valid (even though they had the ...
Wake up call at 6:30 and our last cups of tea delivered to the tent by Bariki. We really enjoyed him! We packed up, and then had a very nice breakfast. We were ready to get on the trail for the final descent, when we were treated to a nice surprise. Our entire team of guides, porters and kitchen staff got together to sing and dance for us to some traditional African songs. It was so fun to watch them dance, and to hear how great ...
... because you are tired and it is very ******* the knees and feet. Fortunately, we were able to descend primarily in loose gravel and were back down in camp in 2 hours, ready for a nap before our 4 hour hike to Mweka Camp where we will spend our last night on Kili.
One quick interesting story: On our way down from the summit, we passed many, many sick, exhausted people who were being helped down from the summit. We passed by one guy (looked to be in ...
... the time -- giving each of us ample time to think, ponder, pray and sing songs to ourselves. We are each getting lots of planning done for the future, including pondering additional "bucket list" trips that we want to embark upon in the next few years. Suffice it to say that despite all of the destinations we are enjoying this year, we have a long and growing list for the future!!
Shortly after we arrived at the camp, a heavy mist rolled ...
... up with Gabriel, while Keely and Alyssa enjoy some down time at camp.
It was fun to watch the vegetation change as we hiked today, including the lobelia plants (which are really beautiful) and the 20 foot tall heather that we hiked through in the middle of today's journey. Toward the end of our hike, we walked underneath a large ridge, which had a natural salt lick, and you could see the animal tracks in the mud surrounding it. ...
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