Kili Time

If you cant climb it, drink it. So after taking the bus from Arusha to Moshi and being the only mzungu on the bus, I’m now sitting in a hotel, surrounded by wazungu, blogging from my phone, because the wifi in this hotel is useless. This place doesn’t feel like Africa. I’m not sure that I’m likely to really connect with any of the folks on the tour either. I’m looking forward to beginning the climb tomorrow. I’ve got all my gear ready. I should be getting an early night but a dull night like this is perfect to update my blog and catch you all up on what’s been happening here. There’s one or two emails I’ve been meaning to reply to, but it’s nearly midnight and I’ve got to climb a mountain tomorrow. So I might get to it when I come back down. Unless of course I sleep for 20hrs straight. I hear there’s network coverage on the mountain. So I might send a few novelty texts. Something along the lines of “I’m on top of a mountain, suckaaas!”

If you cant climb it, drink it. So after taking the bus from Arusha to Moshi and being the only mzungu on the bus, I’m now sitting in a hotel, surrounded by wazungu, blogging from my phone, because the wifi in this hotel is useless. This place doesn’t feel like Africa. I’m not sure that I’m likely to really connect with any of the folks on the tour either. I’m looking forward to beginning the climb tomorrow. I’ve got all my gear ready. I should be getting an early night but a dull night like this is perfect to update my blog and catch you all up on what’s been happening here. There’s one or two emails I’ve been meaning to reply to, but it’s nearly midnight and I’ve got to climb a mountain tomorrow. So I might get to it when I come back down. Unless of course I sleep for 20hrs straight. I hear there’s network coverage on the mountain. So I might send a few novelty texts. Something along the lines of “I’m on top of a mountain, suckaaas!”