Listen to podcasts of trekkers while they are on Kilimanjaro.
By Donovan | January 27th, 2006 | Comments Off
We interviewed Minnesota native and adventurer Chuck Beauzay on Day 3 of his climb up to Barranco Camp. Chuck shares some of his advice on sleep and best strategies for making it to the top.
Listen to Chuck’s ... [read on]
By Donovan | January 25th, 2006 | Comments Off
When Mark Horner reached the end of his climb, BootsnAll was able to interview him again. Listen to the podcast of Mark before his climb up to the summit. And now listen to Mark as he arrives at ... [read on]
By Donovan | January 23rd, 2006 | Comments Off
Here is a quick, funny Podcast interview with Mark Horner, one of the people who climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro for New Years 2006. We interviewd Mark at 11:00 at night, right before he was going to make his seven hour climb ... [read on]
By Donovan | January 20th, 2006 | Comments Off
Listen to BootsnAll corespondent Donovan Pacholl discuss the morning of Day 2, hiking from Machame Camp to Shira Camp.
Listen to Kilimanjaro Podcast
This interview was done on Mt. Kilimanjaro
By Donovan | December 25th, 2005 | 1 Comment »
A common saying you will hear often is “kwa heri,” which means “goodbye.”
Learn how to say “goodbye”
By Donovan | December 21st, 2005 | Comments Off
This is some good slang to surprise your guides or porters with – Mambo Vipi?
Learn Some Slang
By Donovan | December 15th, 2005 | 3 Comments »
A good term to use on the pesky flycatchers around Tanzania (especially in Arusha), the word “No” should be part of your vocabulary.
Learn how to say “No”
By Donovan | December 13th, 2005 | Comments Off
The word “hello” can be said a number of different ways. This is the most basic form.
Listen to the word “Hello”
By Donovan | December 8th, 2005 | 1 Comment »
Anyone climbing on Mt. Kilimanjaro, or going on safari, should take time and learn some basic phrases in Swahili, the main language of East Africa. Don’t worry, all your guides will speak English, but often your porters, people in markets ... [read on]
By Donovan | December 7th, 2005 | Comments Off
Here is an audo file, giving a brief history of Mt. Kilimanjaro
Listen to Kilimanjaro History