Osy Grand Hotel
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... river and it actually begins to look good. "We just may make it through this", I think. Just as spirits are high, we begin up the far bank. This is when traction departs and the spinning of wheels arrives. We immediately sink and our fate is sealed. Good Luck's fortunes have turned for the second time today; first lost, then stuck. The song lyrics, "if it wasn't for bad luck, I wouldn't have no luck at all", begin to play in my head. As we all know, ...
... glaciers (while catching our breath) - before making the final few steps to the top. At 11am we reached the top of the World’s Highest Freestanding Peak at 5895m.
It had been an emotional climb and we had done it! We took a few moments to say our final goodbyes to my grandmother who passed away the day before we climbed - it was her fighting spirit that kept us going and we were that much closer to her when we reached the top. It was over - it seemed ...
... how come?” to which the guys responded “I forgot”… so off he got with his things and we bid him farewell… who knows what has happened to him. We continued our journey
We arrived into Moshi about 5pm, where we met our Kili Climb guide and headed to the hotel for some rest.
Lunch: Snacks on the bus
Dinner: Vegetable curry with fried rice & wood-fire pizza - Keys ...
... life's dreams. This was not the case for Jim, he was happy to do it and knew it would be a great experience but it was not a life's dream for him. Having said that, he was loving every single minute of it!!
DAY FOUR – THE CLIMB FROM HOROMBO HUT TO KIBO HUT/BASE CAMP (4750 meters)
It had been cold since the first night but weather wise it was perfect. The sun shone brightly every day, but there were some fiercely strong winds on day four. After the usual ...
... everyone's name and each porter, guide and helper received their tip individually.....Brian did a great job thanking everyone and the porters were delighted with our tips...and didn't they deserve them!!
The porters sang a fantastic African thank you song and the whole experience was really memorable.
The next day we walked through lush rainforest again, spotting the occasional monkey swinging through the trees. What a great finish to a wonderful experience!