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Sunday, 26 September 2010

And now it's all over.....

Those of you that are reading this blog still, my apologies for the fact that I wasn't able to maintain daily updates...the signal wasn't as reliable as I'd hoped.

By now, you're probably reunited with your loved ones off the mountain, being regailed with stories of; 'pole, pole', long drops, skree running, d & v symptoms, how the comic relief bunch were 'molly coddled' up the mountain etc. etc. Enjoy these tales & realise what a profound affect this last week has had on all participants.

Now to the fellow Trekkers. It has been, without doubt, my greatest honour to have shared this Kili experience with you. Regardless of the heights scaled, Gilmans, Uhuru or the bottom of the mountain, you......we.....should take time to reflect on what we have achieved, and be proud of what it represents. Increased funding for Velindre, improved research into Cancer treatment & ultimately more cancer survivors......as life savers, we are heroes.

A special bond will be shared by us forever & I take great pride in calling all of you friend.

Let's make sure we keep in touch and maintain the memory.

Jambo, sante sana.

G xx

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