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Searching For Solitude on Kilimanjaro
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Kilimanjaro is known for its packed summit during the high season; on a given day, you could be sharing it with one hundred other people. For filmmaker Andrew Watson and his guide Emanual Motta, hiking it during the low season provided the solitude they sought. Find more from Watson on Instagram here and Motta's guiding outfit on Facebook here.