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... to by our guides and porters in Swahili to push us forward guided only by our headlamps and moonlight with the stars shining down from above. Completely amazing! I still feel as though the whole thing is a bit surreal. About to be picked up to go to airport and onto Nairobi. Thanks for all your positive thoughts, prayers and energy to guide me to the ...
... ll be thinking of me on summit day. And I think of my driver to the start of my trek telling me to remember that it's more about my mind, and if I keep a strong mind, I will make it to the top. And of course I think about what Davis said - that I'm doing this to make a loud sound after I'm gone. I know I am doing this for me, but thinking of all these things keeps me going. There were at least 10 times on the way up when I was done, when I was completely tapped out. I ...
... a simba! He said I had legs like a lion, climbing everything we came across. That was an especially nice compliment! And I think my name means Lion in Latin, or at least so my mother led me to believe. I'm sitting in the Machame Hut camp now, at our little tent town - it's me and 9 people, including a cook, a guide, and 7 porters. I feel embarrassed to be doing this solo now, but everyone is awesome and it's like a big family! I took a quick sponge bath, changed into ...
... 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 ...
... she can’t resist it a few times a week. Just a side note, our favourite breakfast bar is right outside the hospital, a tiny hole in the wall that makes pancakes and chapatti (kind of like thin naan bread) – we love it and it’s become or local. Sometimes on Sunday we bring our butter down with us and have pancakes with butter and sugar – it’s a real treat.
So that’s it. Another week down and we can’t believe how fast the ...
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