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Confidence,endurance,mind and a right guide is what will get you to the top of any big Mountain
Physical fittness play a role too but not as big as what i have mentioned above,According to my more than10 years experience of guiding Tourists up to Kilimanjaro i have witnessed this.
The most big obstacle facing climbers before they attempt …
... breathing, sleeping and talking Kilimanjaro. Did we even have a life before this??
I think not.............kilimanjaro, kilimanjaro, kilimanjaro............................ ..................
It was on Day three that the Guides starting to really watch every move we made. They observed our eating patterns. If we did not eat enough, we were asked to eat more. The food was always greasy and heavy and sometimes difficult to eat, but we forced it down, trying ...
... it's taken me half a letter a day to learn. His friend, Makuwele-Abumeyang, will have to become a lifelong companion. Zoe: well I didn't sleep well at all, everyone else in camp was up at midnight to start climbing. I on the other hand was wide awake thinking about all sorts I things. When we awoke in the morning camp was a weird place empty of hikers but full or porters milling about, looking unsure with what they should be doing. ...
Before I start this blog entry can I report that all 4 teams are now safely down from the Mountain with all but one of Team 1 summiting, all of team 2 getting to Gilmans Point but none summiting, and all of Team 4 summiting which is a remarkable achievement! The story of Team 3's epic adventure to get to the mountain, I will leave the challengers to tell, suffice to say, we got to base camp at ...
... Whenever we got there we had to witness effects of global warming taking its toll...for a year and 4 months now the lake has been flooded by rainwater destroying the once highly saline lake. Flamingos only eat algae that grow in saline water forcing them to leave for another saline lake since Lake Nakuru is not salty enough anymore to grow the algae. There wasn't a single flamingo. Their natural habitat destroyed by ...
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