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  • Exoud called my name, and made me walk right behind him. Recent Updates

  • We reached the gate, and waited while Exoud and Cheryl took care of the registration process. Recent Updates

  • I let the guys go ahead of me, behind Exoud, and I maintained my own slow pace, followed by William the First. Recent Updates

  • Five minutes later, we came to a ledge big enough for us to rest and drink tea, but Exoud did not want to stop. Recent Updates

  • The moon was full and so bright that Exoud was climbing without a headlamp, counting on the beam of moonlight illuminating his path, and his experience on this route, to guide his feet. Recent Updates

  • Cheryl immediately gave me a Diamox to combat altitude sickness, and after wishing my companions well on their journey, I headed back down, following in the footsteps of Exoud. Recent Updates

  • After forty-five minutes or so at the top, we were still feeling high - no pun intended - and Exoud and the Williams had to rally the troops and start us on the way down. Recent Updates

  • I had been following in the footsteps of our guide Exoud for six hours. Recent Updates


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