you have been warned - I am back go for more ...LOL
Ok, so I went to Precison Air website and they have 20kg as weight limit per passenger - I have been seeing(?) 15kg on this site - or does it refers to maximum weight allowed per porter?
Tried also to find anything about cost per excess kg on a flight - anyone has any idea what's the cost?
Today we do the first pre-pack, weight the bags, and see what else we will leave behind.
Then we can treat most clothing with permethrin.
All toileteries will be bought in Arusha, except the ones we need during the climb - as we have waterless soap and other stuff.
I assume it will be very easy to find the normal stuff in Arusha, but what about for instance powdered gatorade? (the one you mix with water)and powerbars or similar?
We are debating in either bringing some extra warmth clothing or buy it in Arusha( and donate it after) - is there a place, such as a local market that have people selling used climbing clothing? looking for used on the killi climb and such...that most likely was donated to porters and they are now selling it.
We need a suggestion about what can we do for a few hours in Dar, before last fligh at midnightt. We leave from Zanzibar sometime after 5pm - so it seems that we will have some good 4 hous to kill before last flight with KLM
This next one is a hard one - I realize that will be really a matter of personal taste and purse, but what is really worth to buy either during a northen safari, Zanzibar or even at Dar?
Obviously weight will be a concern as we have two internal flights, and we are keeping all climbing gear, so - and so far is mostly my wife's concern - where will we find better deals, and unique local items? probably not so much interested in wood carvings.
in sum, we are trying to avoid the tourist trap/overpriced stuff, but we don't want either miss an opportunity thinking that we can buy somewhere else and then don't
-12 days and counting :)