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... coming on. We had been walking since 8:00 am and it was now 3pm. Questions like, How will we be rested enough to start the summit attempt in 6 hours time? OMG, what were we doing? I had my first mini teary moment as base camp loomed in the distance with the huge crater of Kilimanjaro staring out behind it. Jim gave me a hug and we pressed on. We finally made base camp. It felt good to reach base camp. A bloody good effort. We had walked for 8 hours and arrived at 4pm. We ...
Got up at 5-30 am this morning to see the sunrise over Mount Kilimanjaro, might as well stayed in bed asleep as all I saw was cloud! ... Went back to tent and slept for a bit longer before getting up for breakfast at 7 am, YAY the cloud had lifted so I got my view of Kilimanjaro the magnificent snow-capped mountain and Africa's highest peak at 5,895 m (19,340 ft) after all! ... Was very stunning ...
In true Intrepid style we left Dar today, there is way too much to see and do here to be hanging around. This is our 4th country and I still havn't seen a capitol city. So we left at 5am, up at 4.30 to pack up tents. We are heading for Mt Kilimanjaro but we had to stop on the way to make breakfast and pack lunch.
Today was the longest drive day we have had and supposed to be the last. Nearly 12 hours ...
... Datsun revved, the driver put it in 4 WD, put the 'pedal to the metal' and we grasped the roll bars with white knuckles. Luckily the engine had no guts and we barely groaned to the top of the ridge. Bruce got his breath back after getting jammed in the chest and Cindy had made sure her orthodontic work from the mid 70's hadn’t decided to stay in Tanzania. We lurched to the right and made a 45 degree turn down, through a ...
... I haven't got any signal up here so we've resorted to talking to each other. Apparently the girl in my tent is the daughter of the man in the next tent so I best watch my step... Zoe: Another early start, there seems to be a trend here. It was a shorter walk today, though I have put my watch away as it wasn't a good thing that I was looking at it all the time, only to find that we had only been walking for ten minutes. Today we had a chat with Seleman aka 'the ...