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I believe it was Marangu, judging by the camps I remember stopping at. Though it might have been Rongai.
A piece of advice which you might receive (and come to appreciate) is *’pole-pole’*, which is Swahili for *slowly, slowly*. It especially meant a lot to my group since we climbing as part of an award program, so we were sleeping in tents and living off army rations. All that gear must’ve been close to ~~30~~ **20**kg per person, taking it slowly was probably the best thing I heard on the trip.
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Edit: put a 3 instead of a 2