Protea Hotel Aishi Machame
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
TripAdvisor Reviews Protea Hotel Aishi Machame Kilimanjaro National Park
Travel Blogs from Kilimanjaro National Park
... of everything because I was told that it is insulting in African culture to be served something and not at least try it. I ate a small bowl of porridge, a single piece of toast, fried egg and mango. As my team was packing I decided to take a few minutes to say goodbye to the friends that I had met on the mountain. I walked over to the group of Americans and chatted with them for a bit. I then grabbed my day pack and with my guide started to leave the campsite and said goodbye ...
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 ...
... our leader rearranged the sleeping arrangements leaving David and myself in tents of our own...BONUS!!
"Spider-Man", the cook provided a yummy meal of soup and vegetables and we hopped into bed for an early night.
For those familiar with FUDs ,thought I'd just mention that the "go girl" was an epic fail.....but provided a few laughs....the "go girl" has to go!
Day 2....woken with the sunrise.....not a bad sleep, considering. Brought a cup ...
... 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 ...
... the moon set round the mountain! 2:32. Our second break. Can't see the saddle for mist. See street lights north of mountain. Guides still singing. 3:38. Singing still going strong. Starting the final zing zag up to Gillian's point. Long trail of head torches flowing up the moutain. Sandy shale very annoying to walk on. Starting to feel the altitude. 4:14. Saw a shooting star. Awesome. 4:41. Singing has slowed. Guides do need to breath 6:38. Gillian point ...