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The Story of How I Joined “the Club” and Climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro

It began like all other wilderness adventures: gear check, hydration, journaling, and silent prayers of a successful, safe, and serene journey; save one major detail: my guts were executing a mutiny/evacuation combo from both ends. 1,389 more words

Day Seven - Why is a Rainforest Called a Rainforest?

The answer is: it has lots of trees and even more rain! Today we walked for four hours in the pouring rain. It feels so surreal to be writing about our first day of walking on Kilimanjaro. 1,442 more words


Kilimanjaro Day 4

Well big surprise, today is like every other day we have had so far. Wake up, eat food, hike, eat more food, hike, eat yet again, and then sleep. 562 more words


Kilimanjaro Day 3

Today is going to be one of the longer days. Woke up at 6am and the plan for the day was to gain some good elevation to try and acclimatize some. 585 more words


Cultural Safari to Machame Nkweshoo

Established in June 2008 with the Vision of Making Kilimanjaro a green village through tourism. People of Machame-Nkweshoo welcome you to explore Cultural and Natural Heritage of Wachagga ethnic group that lives on the green slopes of Mt. 573 more words

Kilimanjaro Day 2

Day two started off a little rough when I woke up in the middle of the night to my stomach turning and churning. Needless to say, something I ate hit my stomach and gave me the bug. 499 more words


That woman from Florida' tackles a mountain of a goal

People didn’t need to know Paige Hudson’s name to know her story.

For people trekking up Mt. Kilimanjaro “that woman from Florida” had become the stuff of legend. 67 more words