Lake Duluti Serena Hotel
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How lovely to be able to sleep in after our 29 hours of travel. Our hotel is lovely. Built about ten years ago on the site of a colonial coffee plantation, it could be a movie location. Think Out of Africa. The grounds are filled with bougainvillea in every color, golden marigolds, vincas three feet tall, banana trees, sausage trees, and greenest, …
... of his mother's hut which was quite small, but very neat and well-constructed. We sat and had lunch with Robert's father and some of his brothers, and he asked us lots of questions about our different cultures and backgrounds. He said that if we wanted to marry one of his sons, he would talk to our fathers, and arrange for some cows as a dowry! As we were ...
Mt Meru - summit day (Day 3)
From: Saddle Huts (11,712ft, 3,570m)
To: Mt Meru summit (14,977ft, 4,565m)
Total distance: 3.1mi, 5km
Total time: 6.6 hours
Altitude gain/loss: +3,265ft, 995m
I got up at 11:30 - I didn't really have any sleep -but- resting on my bunk helped me mentally prepare for what was to come. After a brief equipment check, it was 'headlights on' and we set-out for the summit. Everyone ...
... were captive. My tent mate is named Harrice and lives in London, England. Everyone on this trip is either from England, Australia, or Switzerland. Actually six of each interestingly. Anyways, she has never camped before but did very well and I can't see us having any issues. She is a dance teacher and quite the hippie, so we will get along just fine. After setting up camp, we visited the pythons, mambas, and cobras. There were snakes thats venom kills you ...