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... was rolling up the valley from one direction while broken
upper level cloud was moving in the opposite direction. As a result, Kili was
taunting us with glimpses of some bits before covering them at the same time as
flashing another like a Japanese fan dance.
It was quite a bit warmer while the sun was out – but the
temperature dropped rapidly as night fell.
Dinner – Vegetable soup and some ...
We start climbing tomorrow!! Excited and nervous and anxious all these feelings rolled into one. It's supposed to rain the next couple days and then snow as we get to higher elevation, so not sure how many pics we'll be able to get. We are doing the Machame route. And I'll be off the grid for the next several days. See ya on the other ...
... headwind and the blistering sun that were really testing us. I almost collapsed by the time we reached the lunch stop, but was revitalised by a boiled egg and a fried chicken breast.
5/7/15 DAY 5 - KIBO HUT (4700m) to UHURU PEAK SUMMIT (5895m) back down to HOROMBO HUT (3720m), 6KM to Summit (8 hours), 6KM to Kibo Hut (3 hours), 9KM down to Horombo (3 hours)
The day we'd been waiting for for so long had finally arrived. Nervous? Hell yes! The evening before ...
... in OT so Catherine, the other Tanzanian midwife went and there they stayed for three hours… This surgery, which doc made sound so simple, even though he hadn’t ever performed it, took the better part of three hours, where by the woman had no spinal, as he wanted her to feel contractions – yes, she was still contracting this whole time and obstructed. He put a vacuum on the baby, twice with no success (well, we could have told you that ...
... chickens roaming around and the people dressed halfway in traditional dress and halfway in hiking clothes. Once we were done with the lunch and a short questionnaire, we got into a car and one of the company representatives drove us back to our lodge in Arusha. The drive took around two hours and passed through Moshi town, which seems quite a well-to-do place, as does the whole area around Kilimanjaro to be fair - even though many things are very underdeveloped ...