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EXAMPLE MENUS

DAY 1
Lunch:Bread Roll with Salami & Cucumber, Green Pepper, Carrot. Fruits
Dinner:Soup of the day with Bread Fried Beef with Roast Potatoes, Rice, Carrots, Cabbage Fruits, Tea or Coffee
DAY 2
Breakfast:Oats with milk; Boiled Egg, or Spanish Omelette, or Fried Egg with Bacon, read Tea or Coffee
Lunch:Boiled Egg or Salami Sandwiches Fruits
Dinner:Spaghetti with Meat Sauce, or Fish with Rice Fruits, Tea or Coffee
DAY 3
Breakfast:Boiled Egg, or Spanish Omelette, or Fried Egg with Bacon Bread Tea or Coffee
Lunch:Boiled Egg or Salami Sandwiches Fruits
Dinner:Beef Goulash with Beans, Bread Fruits, Tea or Coffee
DAY 4 - Summit Day
Breakfast:Biscuits, Soup, Orange Squash, Tea or Coffee
Lunch:French Toast, Macaroni with Meat Sauce, Bread Tea or Coffee
Dinner:Roast Chicken with Vegetable Fried Rice, Green Pepper, Carrots Pancake with Honey, Tea or Coffee
DAY 5
Breakfast:Oats with milk, Boiled Egg, or Spanish Omelette, or Fried Egg with Bacon, Bread Tea or Coffee

The above shows a fairly typical menu for your trip on the mountain and on safari. You will be provided with fresh fruits and vegetable for the first few days on Kili and probably most days if not all on safari. After that on Kili much of your food will come from tins and packets. The food is of a good standard and will be prepared for you. If you have any dietary restrictions please let us know before your trek begins.

For lunch, in addition to the above, you are likely to have some extra item or items - eg biscuits, nuts, small fruit drink. On safari lunches are generally picnic lunches.

Camp staff will heat all water to boiling point before giving it to clients. However, we request that all clients take their own water purification tablets to add to their water before drinking.

It is a good idea to bring some mint cake, dried fruits (such as apricots) or snack bars to boost your energy level whilst on the mountain. On safari you may wish to purchase extra drinks and water before you leave Moshi; the driver will take you to a shop in Moshi on the way if you wish.

In the event that you suffer a stomach upset we recommend that you take Imodium (or Lomotil). Eat lightly, take as much safe non-alcoholic liquid as you can and take Dioralyte which will help to re-hydrate you.

Rigorous personal hygiene and common sense should help in avoiding any gastric problems.

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ALW 22/01/16