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Travel Blogs from Moshi
... dark out, so I have no idea what to look at? He says those headlamps up there, they are at the first summit! I'm excited, but it's also really high up compared to us, so I decide not to think about it and just keep taking his lead.
After a little bit, we reach the first summit, Stella Point! I have conflicted feelings - I've accomplished something amazing, so maybe it's okay to just quit now? But I haven't actually finished, so quitting now is the same as quitting on ...
... and I don't think it felt too weird, but I did pee a lot. Since it's a medical thing, the guide and company wouldn't make a recommendation, but they did say it didn't seem to matter based on their experience with travelers.
Got up, ate a small breakfast, and going back to finish up my packing and get ready to start hiking!
Just before we get going, the driver to the main gate, who is also the specialist who checked my gear, and I think is also ...
We had a lovely stay at the convent! The sisters have the biggest smiles and are so joyful! They prepared amazing food for us and sent us off with many prayers and blessings.
We packed up our bags for the climb because we are staying in Moshi tonight before we leave for our trek tomorrow! I was trying to figure out what we needed to take and what not to take! I did little research about the actual trek, but I knew I needed ...
... she is building; a wonderful evening with great food and lovely company. I also decided that I wanted to help the school in Msaranga where I was working by buying them some much needed supplies before I left. So, after gathering some donations from generous family and friends (thanks again!), I spent another afternoon shopping for school materials, buying them new stationary, a new blackboard, 25 textbooks, new cooking equipment and a number of other ...
... Program Director for Femme International. They established a program to help educate school age females about menstruation and hygiene. From their website www.femmeinternational.org: "It is Femme's firm belief that all women deserve the right to manage their bodies hygienically and with dignity. Menstruation is a natural occurrence that ought never to cause shame or hinder opportunity. The culture surrounding menstruation is one ...
Other places to stay in Moshi
Sokoine Road (K.C.M.C) Road( Kilimanjaro Christian Medical Centre.), Moshi | Hotelfrom $48
Pembo Road, Moshi | Hotelfrom $71
Taifa Road, Moshi | Hotelfrom $61
Aga Khan Road, Moshi | Hotelfrom $40
1350 Easton Drive, Bakersfield | Motelfrom $12