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A Journey to the Roof of Africa

It’s been nine months since Shannon embarked on her trip to climb to the highest point in Africa – and only now is she ready to recount the tale of her trek up Mount Kilimanjaro

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East of Angama Mara , Kenya , Kilimanjaro , Proudly Kenyan , Travel East Africa

About: Shannon Davis

Shannon is one half of the Regional Director team here at the lodge (Tyler is the other). Shan has not, as far as I know, acquired a taste for chai, mbuzi or ugali. But her addiction for Kenyan coffee and Farmer Oseko’s avos has no bounds. She is banned from Bush BBQ.

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