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... the guides showed us the way but since every body is different you needed to figure it out for yourself. Water. I've never been so hydrated in my life. I was drinking about 5L a day, and peeing several time during the day and night. We were told to drink a lot to help us with the altitude (and also we were hiking so need the water). I definitely found the water extremely helpful. As soon as I felt a headache coming on, I'd drink water and the headache would go away. Water and its ...
... to get out in the middle of a 6 lane main road and get to the other side of the street – pretty stress free as far as break downs go and very time efficient!
The journey to the hot springs was another feat! It took about two hours to get there on a road that isn’t really a road and then out of nowhere an oasis appeared. We were in what was like a fairy tail jungle with a pool of warm crystal clear water. The trees that surrounded the springs had ...
... as this weekend was the long weekend for labour day, we decided to join them for a last hurrah in Moshi where we’d do some touring. Danica and I left the night before the girls in order to make full use of the Friday to do some touring and the girls would meet us for the hot springs on Saturday. We set out for Moshi on a dalla-dalla to Babati, with no idea really how to get there. This time we had the pleasure of a live chicken in a plastic bag sitting on the floor of the ...
... 21 unfamiliar faces all with broad glowing smiles- not other climbers, they were our dedicated team of Porters and Guides. As far as they were concerned they were the lucky ones. The lucky ones who scored a job heading into the low season where they might be without work for months. I wasn't sure they were so lucky having to haul 15kg+ each over the 8 days, but they made it seem so easy singing and laughing to each other as they glided by us each day.
It was about ...
Day 1: The day after the climb, we woke up and couldn’t move… our legs were sooo sore. We looked at each other through the prison walls (a.k.a. mosquito nets) and said “rest day today, right?”. It was agreed that today would be a minimal movement day! We slowly got up, showered and went to breakfast, where we met a few people we had seen on the climb and exchanged 'war stories’. We then all huddled around the reception area - the ...