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    garlic is meant to be taken to prevent altitude sickness or to consume when having altitude sickness?

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbearer
    garlic is meant to be taken to prevent altitude sickness or to consume when having altitude sickness?
    to prevent ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by tbearer
    Hi Chewie,

    what a coincidence! what dates in april will you be in mount k?

    i will be there too, mid april.

    thanks for the info on garlic. will keep that in mind.
    i will be there from 22 - 26 april... my climbs date are 23-24 april, then waterrafting at padas on 25

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    Kk

    GUYS

    We finally made it to Mount KK!

    Didn't manage to see sunrise due to our slowness (hubby and I manage to arrive at 7.30AM), but we didn't care as we manage to conquer Mount KK.

    You can read more about my expedition here;
    http://www.dec3rd.net/mount-kinabalu...y-3-d-day.html

    Nine to five, living lies
    Everyday, stealing time

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    Congratulations! You should post some photos in our 'photo' section too to motivate the young ones to excel too....

    What was that song by Ike and Tina Turner again? Ain't no river too deep or mountain too high...

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    thats great maxowner... i believe after the climb, you guys went to Poring to enjoy the hotspring and at the mean time to take a dip into it to relax all your muscle...

    Will be doing it for the second time next month

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    ehhh Sentinel, you sure that song sang by Tina Turner ah? The last time I checked was Supremes or Marvin Gaye... hehehehehehheeh

    whatever it is - the climb was so excrutiating mannnnnnn!!!!!! I felt like giving up in the first place when I was at the 8km checkpoint!!!!!! But it feels good to be on top!

    chewie: no time to go for hotsprings hotsprings closes by 3pm. by the time we're down at national park, it was already 6.30pm! (

    we went parasailing the next day at Manukan island instead... with our legs aching and all.

    Good luck on your next climb!
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    Nine to five, living lies
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    Quote Originally Posted by maxowner
    ehhh Sentinel, you sure that song sang by Tina Turner ah? The last time I checked was Supremes or Marvin Gaye... hehehehehehheeh

    whatever it is - the climb was so excrutiating mannnnnnn!!!!!! I felt like giving up in the first place when I was at the 8km checkpoint!!!!!! But it feels good to be on top!

    chewie: no time to go for hotsprings hotsprings closes by 3pm. by the time we're down at national park, it was already 6.30pm! (

    we went parasailing the next day at Manukan island instead... with our legs aching and all.

    Good luck on your next climb!
    i also did that during my previous climb.. so this time around, i will be going for water rafting at padas river...

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