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... be said for another member of the group who shortly afterwards succumbed to overwhelming nausea and was quite sick.
He pushed on to the Lava Tower where he was again ill. Most of us felt okay apart from a mild headache but had little appetite. Julius was adamant that we all eat – so we did our best. Our guides were excellent at pacing us, ensuring we ate and drank and ensuring we saved every possible joule of ...
... appreciated that. We got burgers and sandwiches in Moshi and then went to our hotel excited to take hot showers. As we got our keys, the guy tells us power is out. We knew power can go out but this hotel was supposed to have a generator. We had been without electricity for 7 days and wanted our wifi and hot showers. They apparently were running on their generator for the last day so had turned off their generator for a little. We pushed him to turn it back on so we can take hot ...
... neither have my lungs. I've been able to just push through. But this unrelenting, incredibly steep, in the dark uphill climb is close to risking finishing me off. We're going up almost 5000 feet of elevation gain in about 3 miles. And it is all uphill. There is no break, no flat relief, just an unforgiving steep climb. For comparison, this is 1.5 times as steep as Robertson, for twice as long. Starting at 15000 feet altitude and going to almost 20000 feet. There is nothing I've ...
... I've ever done, and it was only just over 3 miles long, and almost 4000 feet of elevation gain. Just because I can't help it - we left camp later than a number of groups, some small and some large, and we ended up passing them all. We only stopped three times - one rest, one for lunch, and one when we reached the peak altitude about 1/3 mile from the next camp to acclimate for a bit. Apparently it's best to camp slightly lower than ...
... had five of seven turn up, two midwives were sick (??wagging, we’re not sure!). The day ran smoothly, it took a while for them to warm up but after they got comfortable were kind of interactive, it was sometimes like getting blood from a stone. One of the midwives stayed for half an hour, then left for an hour and came back at the end of the session. This we thought was really rude! The second session we only had four midwives turn up [of seven]. Another two ...
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