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Driving down and down, round and round into the huge bowl-like crater of Ngorongoro. An almost circular depression of a … More
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We drove in our 4×4 jeep via the “Naabi Gate”, which i found out in Maasai language and means ‘the endless plains’. This … More
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After a long drive leaving Kilimanjaro and all the amazing memories we had just created in the distance, we head … More
Frosty tents the morning after we summited.
16th September 2009, 6.30am we made it to the top!
Craig proposed here…
Passing amazing glaciers on the way to the summit…
Slumped back to back on a rock at Stella point. Nearly at the summit. Very emotional!