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... just as unrealistically uphill from us as they've always seemed. Something else I forgot to mention is that it's incredibly cold, and I think the high altitude makes it extremely dry, too. I'm dressed fairly well, but there is a wind and cold that compounds the difficulty of this climb. But really it's something I almost never think about as it isn't a major issue here. We stop at around 17500 feet to grab a snack - it's one of only a couple stops we make. I guzzle ...
... it's another steady uphill climb to Barafu base camp. And another beautiful day above the clouds, with the summit of Kilimanjaro as a constant, stunning backdrop. We work our way up and down and up and down and eventually around to Barafu Camp. And while it's a very steep climb, it's fairly short, which is good since we need to get up at 11:30pm and get hiking up to the summit by 12:00am. One thing to ...
... mutual understanding. He compared to other African countries, like Kenya that has only 40 tribes but they are constantly at war, and ?? that have only two tribes left because all the others have been defeated, and those remaining two are constantly at war still. Really interesting, thought provoking stuff. And dinner was delicious! An amazing cucumber soup, and capellini with an African vegetable stew sauce, and some fresh avocado and papaya. All the food I've ...
... busy as ever, starting with a visit to Lake Chala with the normal crew - Dani, Justine, Catrine and Christian. Although the weather was not so favourable, we had a great weekend by, on and in the lake; taking a few kayaks out (we only capsized once), swimming in the surprisingly warm water, tanning by the lakeside, dining on some delicious food and camping out in a couple of tents. Although the lake itself was a rather steep, tricky climb down from campsite, it ...
... items was heart warming. At home we take it for granted that with a click of a button we can quickly order any speciality clothes and items or a short drive will take us to a speciality store with every imaginable thing in it. For our Porters and guides they relied purely on what was donated either directly to them or to the Porters Association which allows them to borrow the appropriate gear for free. This was just a small way we could show our gratitude to the true heroes of the ...
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