Protea Hotel Aishi Machame
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... we left Horombo Camp at 8:00am. Horombo camp was psychologically challenging, as you had to deal with climbers who were on the way down, with either wonderful stories of success or tales of sickness and woes. We saw it all, the exhaustion, the emotion and the elation of those who had gone before us. We saw groups being sung off the mountain on their last day and a big part of us wished we were them! I guess this is all part of the experience of the climb! Day four was a ...
At 5895m, Mt Kilimanjaro is Africa's highest peak and this adventure along the Marangu Route will get you to the top safely, quickly and with your budget in mind. Overnight in mountain huts and awake ready to conquer the slopes. As a leader in Kili treks, we'll take you to new heights in adventure on your way to the roof of Africa. Affectionately known as the Coca-Cola Route, Marangu covers forests, moorlands and ...
... up 'the wall'. It was sheer rock face and I have no idea how the porters get up there with all the gear on the heads or shoulders. They are amazing. Today our lemosho route merged with the whiskey trail route so it was definitely a lot busier with porters and climbers. Feeling a lot less exhausted tonight but tomorrow is a big day with a big push up 600m to base camp. Now for sleep time ...
... paid scant attention to the wonderful sunrise and curvature of the earth as they huddled together in a state of exhaustion with their backs to the view! Harry who had already had stopped through sheer exhaustion was semi incoherent and bravely decided this was his Everest, and he safely returned to Kibo with Myself and a guide. The rest of the team all made it to the top….and were all ...
... Tarn Hut (4310m)
Today saw our numbers reduce further, with Lee Tindal taking Henry and Tom Barlow down the mountain, as they had not been able to shift the bug and were still ill and struggling with food. We were sad to see them go, but they are now fully recovered having rested in a hostel and eating meals the rest of us were only dreaming about! Once again we were lucky with the weather, and we were treated to a spectacular sunrise over the morning’s blanket ...