- I’ve done numerous hikes now, but with this Rinjani hike being my second attempt, I should know myself better. I forced myself to stand up supported by two loyal hiking poles. Rocks were in my boots poking against my sore and unwilling feet. “Let’s do this", I said to myself.
- My mother couldn’t for the life of her understand why I’d put myself through “pain and suffering” after hearing about the torturous hike 3,726 metres up Indonesia’s second highest mountain.