[sam id=”30″ codes=”true”] After 7 months in Africa, a bit tired of traveling, sleeping in dorms or cheap guesthouses it was time to try something different. Or normal for people who like to spend money on accommodation. First I looked for a cheap place in Stone City but in the… Read More →
I didn’t have to worry to book a hotel in Moshi before and after the Kilimanjaro Climb. The guys from the Uhurutreak booked for me at the Buffalo Hotel. It seems that the owner of the travel agency owns the hotel too. I didn’t expect much from the hotel. The… Read More →
Day 5: Following Andrea’s Marin steps: Barafu Camp – Uhuru Peak 5895 – Mweka Hut Descent – 8h ascent /7 h descent 7 4 hours of sleep. That’s all you had before going to start the final climb to the summit. Only 4 hours after almost a full walking day…. Read More →
Day 3:1,2..1,2..1,2. Shira Camp 3850m – Barranco Camp 3950m – 6h Waking up at 6.30. Nothing new here. The body is already set up so I’m awake already before Charlie-Charlie to come. But Wake is too much sad. From the 10 hours available to be sleeping, I don’t know if… Read More →
What Route to choose There are 6 popular and established routes to climb Mount Kilimanjaro – Marangu, Machame, Lemosho, Shira, Rongai and Umbwe. But what is the best for you? Well, depends. And when I am saying depends I can refer to money, time or how prepared are you to… Read More →
Pre-Kilimanjaro 6 luni prin Africa si tot bagajul este facut sa incapa intr-un rucsac de 55l si unul micut de tura de 25l. Urcarea pe Kilimanjaro, chiar daca nu era 100% planificata si nu se afla in program de la inceput, ar fi insemnat inca un bagaj suplimentar; ca sa… Read More →
Serengeti, home to millions of animal and It famous for its annual migration of over 1.5 million white bearded wildebeest and 250,000 zebra.