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American couple to exchange vows on Mount Kilimanjaro

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Published on Sunday, 21 September 2014 01:53
Written by PASCHAL SHELUTETE of TANAPA
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    IN an extraordinary event, two US citizens, Mr Rich Miller and Ms Kara Lee are on Sunday getting married on Mountain Kilimanjaro.

    The bride and the groom commenced their seven days Kilimanjaro climb via Machame route on Saturday and expected to meet the priest, choir, local government leaders, best man, matron and other invitees of their wedding on Sunday at Shira 2 Camp.

    Zara Tanzania Adventure Company organised the climb as well as the wedding ceremony. This is a historic event as it is happening for the first time, according to records kept by Tanzania National Parks Authority (TANAPA).

    The couple said they wanted to have a memorable wedding that would outlive them and thus the decision to tie the knot on Africa’s tallest mountain.

    “We decided to get married at the start of a difficult challenge to scale Mount Kilimanjaro to symbolise the start of a new life together and its challenges,” they said.

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