- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... life's dreams. This was not the case for Jim, he was happy to do it and knew it would be a great experience but it was not a life's dream for him. Having said that, he was loving every single minute of it!!
DAY FOUR – THE CLIMB FROM HOROMBO HUT TO KIBO HUT/BASE CAMP (4750 meters)
It had been cold since the first night but weather wise it was perfect. The sun shone brightly every day, but there were some fiercely strong winds on day four. After the usual ...
... sickness. Anyways we powered on. I made it to the high acclimatization point at lava tower at 4600m, though I was worried about dad as he took the lower route with a guide. We all just about made it to camp in one piece and then crashed to sleep. I think we had all admitted defeat by Kili but then this morning we were both feeling a lot better so we powered onto the next camp. Firstly ...
... our tents, having breakfast at 6.30am and then getting to trek for 7.30am. After lunch we had another 2.5 hour gap to fill before a 3.30pm snack of hot drinks, popcorn and biscuits. We then went straight into our acclimatisation trek which was a lot nicer today due to better weather. When we returned to camp we were treated to singing and dancing by all of the porters, cooks and guides, who were keen to get us all up singing and dancing too.
Kikelewa Camp ...
... and bring some confidence in us. Everyday at least 2-3 times they would do this piece of cake thing when we asked if what we were doing then was difficult, how much more difficult the summit would be! Also I heard some veteran trekkers consider Kilimanjaro to be actually a piece of cake. If this was a piece of cake then I wondered what would qualify as a challenge! At least on that night at millennium camp I didn’t think I would be interested to know the answer to that in a long time to ...
... larger personal backpack and usually the porters bundle one or two such bags in a large waterproof duffel to and carry it on their heads. Even the cook and the assistant guide and head guide do help in carrying loads on their back but not to the extent of porters and not on their heads.
The porters and the whole team in general are jovial people and wish the trekkers "Jambo" (Hi) every time you pass them. Also if they see that you are showing signs ...