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Tomorrow is a short day so we get to sleep in until 7.00am and we should be in camp in time for a cooked lunch. Again we will climb – this time to about 4,200m – then back down to Karanga Valley Camp at 3,950m.
Today: Hiked 7 hours and covered 10.4km distance.
Elevation: From 3,830m to 4,600m then down to 3,900m.
Tonight: SaO2 83% and HR 76bpm.
... He must have succumbed to the altitude. And there are lots of groups that are being held back by their slowest people, having to constantly stop, breaking their rhythm and making the climb harder. And behind us there are apparently people dropping out at a steady clip. Does that make it easier or harder for me? I don't know, I can't think about it.
Sunrise isn't until 6am or so, about when we're expecting to reach the first summit, Stella Point. Oh yeah, there are two ...
... and I don't think it felt too weird, but I did pee a lot. Since it's a medical thing, the guide and company wouldn't make a recommendation, but they did say it didn't seem to matter based on their experience with travelers.
Got up, ate a small breakfast, and going back to finish up my packing and get ready to start hiking!
Just before we get going, the driver to the main gate, who is also the specialist who checked my gear, and I think is also ...
... worth the scramble and a beautiful spot to hang out. And luckily for us, the stories of crocodiles living in the lake turned out to be merely a myth. And then suddenly came my last full weekend. Since Justine was due to fly home Saturday, we had a little bonfire again on Friday evening, with marshmallows, music and a couple of drinks (a.k.a a bottle of vodka). On the Saturday, we took the kids from Msamaria back to Zumbaland (the inflatables playground) as a ...
... antelopes) along the way. However, it poured it down with rain pretty much the whole day! I was soaked from about hour one onwards, not drying off again until returning to the hostel in the evening. I can definitely see why very few people climb the mountain in the rainy season! Hopeful this week I am moving into a volunteer house with the other people at Msamaria, so that should be good. But for now, I shall say goodbye until the next time. Hope you are all well ...
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