Kilimanjaro Mountain Resort
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... of the
crater, the glaciers and below were spectacular.
We took our photos by the sign displaying the 5756m
elevation. It had been obvious for some time that if I reached this point it
would be as far as I could go. There was no way I could continue around the rim
to its highest point – Uhuru – at 5895m. At normal speed this would take an
hour. At my pace, it would take until next Thursday!
... and eating warm food we talked about many things from the hike we did that day to the hike we were doing the next day to movies to what foods we missed (ramen, pizza, sushi!) to college stories (Bryan, Karen, Jin went to MIT together) to badly wanting hot showers. Definitely memories that we will never forget. The hiking up wasn't bad on my body. I didn't feel soreness in my legs or back - must be those WOWs (track workouts) and Equinox classes. Even the ascent day, going up my ...
... they’re confused with a PV and what could she imagine she was feeling? Was it toes? Was it one foot? Or was there two? Or was it fingers?... Was it a frank breech or was it extended? As she was feeling the irregular part of the baby and stroking the digits, she thought, hrrrm, these feel too long to be toes and is that a smooth surface of the back of a hand? And then, just like that, as she decided that the digits were fingers and not toes and that it was ...
... tour?” hrrrm, about nine kilometers to go, all up hill. Oh, gawd! We were shocked, thinking he was joking, or lying, or just really terrible at estimating distance because that couldn’t possibly be enjoyable... On we trudge, riding and stopping every few hundred meters because it was just so steep and so hard. Quitters we were not. Danica ended up walking most of the nine kilometers (due to a very sore bum/vagina) and together we fumbled our way up the mountain in ...
... jumped in front of the tree as the trolley slammed into his body he cushioned the impact of the crash. As he struggled for breath badly winded from the impact he walked to the woman and asked 'are you ok?'!!! I think the story really exemplifies how well we were cared for by the porters. I truly believe they also would have put their bodies on the line for us if it was required.
The closing of our trip was a wonderful celebration with our Guides and Porters back at ...