Joy Climbers Expedition
Joy Climbers Expedition
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Amanda
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2020年1月
I did the 7 Day Machame Trek and 4 Day Safari with Joy Climbers. The staff was great and very hard working. The food is more than you can ask for and kept us well fueled. Everyday the porters would pass us up and setup our camps. The journey was tough but not impossible. With the positivity of Joy Climbers guides and staff they really helped to push us to the summit. Summit day was definitely hard but make sure you train and prepare for the long hiking night and day. It was definitely exhausting. 4 day safari was great as we were able to see the big 5 game animals. Ngorongoro Crater and Serengeti were great animal habitats and truly amazing. Joy Climbers staff was great and it was nice to support the local people. They attended to all of our needs and the trip was as described. Thank you to Neema and Godwin for they took care of all the details. High recommend Joy Climbers when climbing Kili or if you want to go on a Safari!
撰写日期:2020年3月23日
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Niko K
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2020年2月
JoyClimbers made traveling up Kilimanjaro a safe and enjoyable experience. Francis is a fun guide who is very engaging and also happy to take you on an insider tour of Arusha after the trek. We did the 7 day Machame trek and felt safe the entire time. The three guides made sure everyone was safe getting down which is surprisingly hard to do! I would def ask for Francis and Florence as well as Akshey if you’re going to go. The food was amazing and you were never left hungry. The porters are impressive as well and help to ensure your safety and make sure you have a wonderful experience. Kilimanjaro is hard but definitely requires a knowledgeable crew. They convinced me that trekking poles are important and were definitely right about that. They check your O2 sat. They are vigilant about any slips and falls and rushed to my aid when this happened (fortunately this didn’t ruin my trip and was secondary to my clumsiness). When one of my co-trekkers had some early signs of HACE at the top he was descended quickly by one of the crew members and was safe. Additionally, they made sure we were able to get to the top by having some of the porters bring our bags on what was the hardest of the days. I cannot imagine there is a better group to go with. It is well priced, comfortable and with knowledgeable talented crew and I’m so happy I was with that team of porters, cook and guides. Definitely pick joy climbers for your trip!!!!
撰写日期:2020年3月16日
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Thank you so much for the review! It was great having you and your group on the epic journey. I am glad you recognize our priority regarding safety as our goal is to have clients reach the summit. We agree for provide affordable pricing and we do have good hard working staff. We appreciate you climbing with us and hope to have you back in Tanzania!! Best Regards!
撰写日期:2020年3月23日
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Dan R
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2020年2月
Joy Climbers Expedition (JCE) is a phenomenal tour operator for climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro.

We (5 people) contracted with JCE for the 7 day Machame route in February and we couldn't have made a better choice! JCE made such an unforgettable experience by focusing on (1) safety, (2) success, and (3) fun.

Climbing Kilimanjaro is not without risks. Altitude sickness is a real issue and prevents many climbers from reaching the summit (just google route success rates). If you are going to spend all that time and money to get to Kilimanjaro, it makes sense to maximize your chances of summiting. JCE takes several steps to both anticipate and meet the high altitude challenge. First, JCE recommends training programs for cardiovascular fitness and high altitude exposure. Second, JCE performed twice daily health checks for symptoms, oxygen saturation (don't worry it's completely noninvasive) and makes sure you are taking your altitude medication. Third, JCE always made sure guides were with us at all times; they know the mountain better than you ever well and kept on eye on us. I know maybe some of this sounds like, of course I would expect any outfit to do these things, but take it from a group of doctors (3/5) that the systematic and complete way JCE goes about safety is extremely important and the sign of a professional and well thought out organization. It may sound corny when JCE says it but really "safety is #1." To further emphasize this point, when 2/5 of our climbers experienced acute altitude sickness at the summit, they were whisked down by guides immediately.

JCE made sure to maximize our climbing success. They helped us with packing strategies, clothing selection, and pacing. When members of our group looked fatigued, they even carried our day packs. I would recommend training harder than we did, but it's good to know this is an option. During summit night, guides even carried our packs. Our guides told us that by day two the knew every one of us had the potential to summit and they were right!

JCE were fun, supportive, and available guides as well. They made sure we were as comfortable as possible--serving us coffee or tea IN OUR TENTS in the morning, preparing pretty excellent camping food, and even pointing out interesting flora and fauna as we ascended.

I cannot imagine anything I would change to make the trip better. I want to specifically thank guides Florence and Frances for an exceptional trip. All members of JCE went above and beyond to give us the best experience possible. Additionally, given the extremely competitive pricing for JCE, I would give them my highest possible recommendation and advise anyone who is hiking Kilimanjaro to go with Joy Climbers!

Good luck!
撰写日期:2020年3月1日
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Thank you so much for the kind review Dan! It was great having you and your group on Kilimanjaro! We are glad to know that you had a great trip and that you recognize the hard work of staff. Yes, we would definitely agree that safety, success, and fun our the priorities! We appreciate the recommendation and we welcome you back at any time. Thanks again! Best Regards, Godwin
撰写日期:2020年3月9日
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daveshartman
宾夕法尼亚费城1 条分享
2020年2月
Amazing 7 days trip up the Machame route with a group of 5 of us. From when first met them in Arusha, their professionalism and focus on our safety and making the summit was very apparent and appreciated. They even carried our day packs during the summit to make sure everyone summitted (which we did). This was just one instance of many where our guides helped us out above and beyond the mountain standard. Also, the meals were great and we learned a great deal during the voyage from the guides who were also a pleasure to talk to and become friends with.

A huge thanks to our guides Francis, Aclae and Florence. Our whole crew of porters (especially Isaac and Fate who carried my girlfriend down 1,500m from the summit when she was light headed).

In short, I would recommend this tour to any friends and family looking to do this trip. Everyone was fun but professional, relaxed but very safe.
撰写日期:2020年3月1日
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Thank you for the review! We appreciate that you recognize the professionalism and hard work of our staff. We truly appreciate the recommendation and we enjoyed having all of you on the epic journey. We strive to provide a safe and memorable experience. We hope to have you back soon! Best Regards! Godwin
撰写日期:2020年3月4日
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Nikhil S
2 条分享
2020年2月
Joy climbers did a FANTASTIC job with my group of 5 up the Machame route. The entire experience was carefully structured to maximize our chances of successful ascent. For instance, on summit day the chief guide (Florence) arranged for two porters, and the three guides, to carry all of our backpacks on the ascent. I credit my successful ascent in large part to this (and also to the acetazolamide). You are well-fed the entirety of the hike (breakfast, lunch, dinner, snacks/tea) and while I brought protein bars with me, they weren't necessary.

It also seems that safety is their chief concern while you are on the mountain-- they check your oxygen saturation daily; they're careful with any signs or symptoms of mountain sickness like headache or intractable coughing; they're hyper-vigilant regarding falls/injuries. When one of my friends slipped hiking up the mountain and struck his elbow all three guides sprinted to him and were visibly very concerned. When another friend slipped, a guide was there to actually physically catch him before he fell. Super impressive. Descending down the mountain on summit day is particularly difficult and my guide took my arm and one of the walking poles and we struggled as a unit back to camp. The three guides stratified out during each hike, with one to two of them going with the faster members of the group and one to two staying with the others. They also push you to keep going and climbing, but in a very friendly and positive way. I felt supported the entire way.

Joy also went above and beyond what was expected on the last few days of the trip. One of our three guides, Francis, took us into Arusha the evening we returned from the hike and ordered nyama choma with beer and konyagi in the heart of the city. It was DELICIOUS (and extremely affordable!!) Honesty, no way we would have figured out how to do that without him, though we might have eventually figured it out for tourist prices. He also kept communicating with us on our whatsapp during the last few days of our stay in Tanzania, took us to a snake park and then camel riding. He made sure that our rides back to the airport were arranged (this is also provided through Joy climbers) and told us to call him immediately if there were delays/issues getting to the airport.

One of my other friends hiked with Joy a few months ago and wanted to buy a kanga, but there was nothing in her size, so Francis apparently took it upon himself to have one sewn for her, and gave it to us to give to her when we returned to the USA.

Honestly, these guys are phenomenal. Just go with them, you won't regret it.
撰写日期:2020年2月20日
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Thank you so much for the kind review Nikhil! It was great having all of you on the ultimate adventure and we are so glad you recognize the hard work of the staff. We appreciate you allowing Joy Climbers to help you summit Kili and we enjoyed meeting all of you! We agree as we have great staff (Frances) as they are always going the extra mile and working hard to make a great trip. We thank you for joining us and we hope to have you back soon! All the best! Godwin
撰写日期:2020年2月21日
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Marisazski
5 条分享
2019年11月 • 夫妻情侣
My husband and I had an amazing 7 Day Lemosho Trek on Kilimanjaro with our Guides Aclay and Frances, and an amazing porter team with Joy Climbers. Our Guides were professional, prioritized safety, and made us feel at home on the mountain. We successfully summited and greatly attribute that to the expertise of Joy Climbers Expedition team (porter team and office staff), luck with weather, and our altitude medication :)!

Frances and Aclay went above and beyond our expectations as Guides, educating us about the history and ecology of the mountain. We’re grateful for this organization helping us experience such a special place.

Thank you to our porter team and everyone at Joy Climbers!!
撰写日期:2019年11月26日
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Thank you so much for the fantastic review Marisa! It was great having you and your husband in Tanzania on Kilimanjaro and Safari (Serenget)! We are so glad that you recongnize our prefessionalism, safety, and overall great time with staff. We are very grateful to have met you and your husband and thank you for letting us be part of your adventure. We hope to have you back soon! All the best!
撰写日期:2019年11月27日
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Eddy
加利福尼亚奥克兰128 条分享
2019年9月 • 独自旅游
I had a great time climbing Mount Kilimanjaro with Joy climbers. My guide Frances was an excellent guide who knows everything about the plants, animals, and terrain on the mountain. Together with the porters and cook and guide I was able to reach the summit. Really thankful for everyone that helped me reach the top!
撰写日期:2019年10月16日
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Hi Edward, Thank you so much for the review! It was great having you on the epic adventure! Very happy to hear that you enjoyed the services of the staff (guide, porters, cook), they definitely work hard to get you to the summit. We are very glad that you were able to successfully reach the top. It is definitely a tough journey and a big accomplishment. We hope to have you sometime soon my friend! Best Regards, Godwin
撰写日期:2019年11月10日
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Puck R
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2019年7月 • 独自旅游
Joy climbers is a fantastic company and I absolutely recommend them very highly. I traveled solo to Tanzania and really wanted to climb kili. There were so many companies and after reading all the positive reviews of joy climbers I decided to reach out. David responded right away and answered all my questions. He sent me a packlist and some other helpful documents. When I arrived at 4 am, Isaya picked me up. He was absolutely wonderful!! Kenya airlines lost my luggage and Isaya contacted them 24/7 to get it back. He was a champion! He showed me around Arusha while we waited for my luggage to arrive and prepared traditional Tanzanian food. He also helped me get some last minute things for the trek.
For my trek Florence was my guide. I honestly believe that he was the reason I made it all the way to the peak. His positivity and happy vibe was great! I was struggling on summit day and Florence inspired me to make it to the top. He checked my vitals to make sure I was in good health and I was lucky I did not get sick at all!

As a solo traveler my team consisted of a guide (Florence), the cook (Mexson), and 6 amazing porters (William, Fate, Nixon, Saidi, Isack, and Alfeus). The team was absolutely amazing and their happy spirits made me never feel lonely at all! They provided everything to make me feel comfortable. The food was amazing (way better than I expected) and often I got multiple courses and yummy fresh snacks and fresh ginger tea. William was also the waiter and always woke me up with fresh tea and yummy breakfast (think omelet, sausage, fruit, toast, etc) and taught me some Swahili too! After a long day of hiking, Fate often hiked back up to meet us so he could carry my day pack.
I originally planned for 8 days, but everything went so good that I asked if they would mind skipping a camp to make it 7 days, and they were totally fine with that.

After the trip Isaya made sure i had everything I needed and offered to take me on hikes or show me around, which was very nice of him.

I am very very thankful for this wonderful experience with this company and I am beyond glad I chose them to climb kili with. When I talked to people I met at camp it was clear that this company goes out of their way to make your experience the best! When I go again I will hands down go with them again!

Thanks everyone at Joy Climbing Expeditions! I will never forget this experience and the memories!
撰写日期:2019年8月6日
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Thank you so much for the review Puck! We enjoyed having you in Tanzania and appreciate that you enjoyed the services and had the best experience on Kilimanjaro. We indeed have great staff and especially professional cooks that make fantastic meals. Thank you so much for choosing us on the epic adventure and we hope to have you back in Tanzania!! Best Regards!
撰写日期:2019年8月12日
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Maria
1 条分享
2019年7月 • 独自旅游
As a young, lone female traveller, in any country, let alone Tanzania, it can be intimidating when you are travelling by yourself. A few things made me extremely uncomfortable, and quite frankly made me feel unsafe. From the time I arrived in Tanzania the staff immediately brought up the importance of tipping, and made it extremely clear the minimum amount they expected was what was listed on the website. As a student paying solely for my education, I came to Africa on a scholarship to do research, and took a week off to accomplish my goal of climbing Kilimanjaro. The staff put an extreme stress on the importance of tipping from the second day, and when I explained I didn’t want to carry cash on the mountain he said they would arrange for me to go to a bank when I got back. Part of the reason my trek ended early was so I could be back on a Friday to go to a bank, in case we didn’t arrive to get cash out on time on a Saturday.

Throughout the trek my guide consistently asked me questions that made me feel uncomfortable regarding my wealth. For example, he asked how many servants I had to cook me dinner at home (none), and if I drove flashy sports cars. I didn’t think much of it at the time, but as the trip went on I came to feel that these questions were being asked in an effort to size up how much money I was made of. The last couple days on the trip the guide made me extremely uncomfortable in bringing up tipping in front of the rest of the crew. He asked me to specifically tell each person how much they would be receiving the next day from me. He also pointed out every small thing a member of the crew had done for me; for example, he told me the dishwasher needed to be tipped further on top of the minimum required on the website, that the porter who walked to meet us at the end of our summit deserved more, that the porter who helped chopped vegetables also required more on top of the minimum. To me, immediately everything felt extremely disgenuine, and I felt that all the connections I had made with the crew were simply a facade for a larger tip at the end. I told the guide I would tip based on the website, and he told me it was extremely important that I keep in mind anything extra people did for me and that I must include that in a tip for them.

Further, the crew was composed of a guide, cook, and SIX porters. Six porters for one person on a six day hike is almost unheard of; my friends and colleagues who have went with other companies were shocked. I did not feel comfortable saying anything, as it wasn’t made an option for me to have less porters. However, I had one large knapsack carried by them that weighed <8kg; each porter can carry 20kg. Obviously, the more people that come, the more food and supplies that must be brought. Therefore, adding more people unnecessarily only upped the cost I would have to pay at the end.

The final day unfortunately made me feel extremely uncomfortable and unsafe. When I finished the trek and got back into the bus to go back to Arusha, the guide informed me we would be stopping at the nearest town so that I could go to the bank and get out cash. I asked if I could send an etransfer or paypal, but he said no. He instructed the driver to stop at the first bank, when we had over two hours left until Arusha. He then insisted on going into the bank with me, and sat and watched as I went to the teller. I felt extremely uncomfortable and pressured. It turned out my bank had a limit on my card while I was in Africa, so the max I could take out was $300CAD a day. I told him, and he was immediately visibly upset. He asked if I had any cash at all on me, which I did not. He immediately started calling the boss on the phone and was visibly upset. Although I don’t understand Swahili, it was evident when they kept speaking of my “limit in Africa”, and “paying by Visa” (which I suggested) that the conversation was heated, and it was centered around me. About 10 minutes down the road, he instructed the driver to pull over into a gas station parking lot. He got out, and told me I needed to get out and speak to him in private. I got out, and he first told me he immediately needed to know how much money I would be tipping each member of the crew. I felt extremely uncomfortable and pressured to tip more than I had budgeted; I had planned on tipping $400CAD total, and the amount they were demanding was significantly more than that ($20USD/guide/day, $15USD/cook/day, $10USD/porter/day x6 days). I felt afraid to tell him what I could afford, which would have been within budget had the sufficient amount of porters been used. Due to my extreme stress, I agreed to tip according to the website recommendations for each and every individual. He pressured me to tip for 7 days instead of 6, and after each individual he asked if I could tip more. I told him no, I would tip the website recommendations and no more than that. He was clearly not happy with the amount I agreed to ($20USD/guide/day, $15USD/cook/day, $10USD/porter/day x6 days = $570USD).

He then said I needed to speak to the crew and in front of everyone tell each and every individual how much money I would be tipping him. As a 24 year old female having to stand in front of a group of 9 men I would be travelling back to Arusha with for the next 2-3 hours in a bus, with no cell phone service or any way to contact anyone should things go wrong, and the clear disagreement with the amount I agreed to tip I felt extremely unsafe. I was forced to stand in front of the entire group and tell all of the men how much I would be tipping them. Granted, they received it well. The guide then went behind the van and paced, and we all waited for another 20 minutes in the car while he made arrangements for me to pay a tip by Visa. I felt extremely uncomfortable, unsafe, and that the extreme power differential in the situation forced me to tip more than I could afford because I was truly concerned about making it back home safely.

When it came time to tip, the amount I agreed to was $570, but they charged me $590USD. I was pressured into paying hundreds of dollars more than I could afford; for your knowledge, the money had to come straight out of a student bank loan I have to pay for my education. I paid a hugely significant amount of money to climb this mountain (more than I have ever paid for anything in my life), so it makes me sick that I was forced to pay a much greater amount than I ever possibly intended.

Further, I was significantly overcharged and forced into renting equipment that I did not need. Not only did the guide not meet me on the first day to check my equipment, who did check my equipment insisted I needed a lot of extra equipment I truly did not. As a Canadian, I was well aware of what to pack for the temperatures. He insisted I take multiple extra coats and layers that I did not need, and I had to pay for the majority of them. He lied and said the headlamps cost $150USD (so charged me $15USD for the time, batteries NOT provided), when I looked them up and they are $5USD on Amazon. They charged me $85USD for equipment I was forced to bring on the mountain (I was told I could not go onto the mountain without it), and then I never once used the vast majority of it (as I knew I would not).

Lastly, there were a few instances of unprofessional behaviour by the guide which I wanted to pass along. Although I would like to stress for the majority of the time the guide was kind, there were three instances in particular I felt should be communicated:

1. The first day the guide did not come meet me at the hotel; we met just before the mountain on the second day, as he did not want to come the night before. Guides are supposed to meet their clients the night before to go over equipment, safety, and general goals and guidelines of the trip.
2. When we summited, within 5 minutes he wanted to descend. There was only enough time for another guide to take a picture of me at the summit sign (as my guide would not take his gloves off, so on an iPhone the pictures would be blurry), and then he insisted we immediately descend. I told him I would like to stay and take some pictures (it was not cold, -8 Celsius, and no wind; the temperatures were amazing), as we summited right at sunrise so the views were fantastic. He told me no, I could take pictures on the way down. He then did not look back, and proceeded to descend. I stood alone on the summit and took pictures, then had to run to catch up. He was over 100m ahead of me the entire way down, and I told him several times I needed to stop for water. I was in running shoes, so the grip was not nearly as strong as his hiking boots, and I was not able to descend as quickly. It was frustrating the entire way down, especially considering the majority of the time going up he was telling me to slow down for him.
3. As I was travelling alone, I would often eat dinner where the cook was preparing meals. I preferred eating with the crew, as it was lonely in my tent by myself. On several occasions the guide told the porters to serve me in my tent, and that I would be eating alone (particularly for breakfasts, when I said on the second and third days I would be prefer to come eat outside). Again I would like to stress that I don’t think there were any poor intentions, however those instances made me feel isolated.

In summary, although the majority of the crew was fantastic, the issue of unprofessional behaviour, tipping and forced renting of equipment made me feel incredibly uncomfortable, unsafe, and now has left me in a significantly greater amount of debt than I was before. I would NOT recommend booking through this company.
撰写日期:2019年7月24日
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Hello Maria, We appreciate you climbing with us and also for providing us with the valuable feedback! As we have already spoke to you that we will be rectifying this situation with our staff. We are saddened that the actions of one staff member ruined your experience. However, we are surprised by your rating review as when you returned from your trip you indicated everything was great but wanted to get a refund for finishing the trek 1 day early. We explained to you that we pay all national park fees up front and could not refund you with the fees we had already paid is when you told us about your unpleasant experience. Regarding the three incidents you indicated, yes guide should have met with you the night before. Secondly, it is common to come down quickly from the summit because this reduces the vulnerability of altitude sickness. There is less oxygen at the summit and it is not good to spend a lot of time at the peak. However, you should have definitely been allowed to take good pictures. Lastly regarding spending time with staff is something we want to give you space and allow you to rest not be inconvenienced by crew. We understand that is an expensive trip but always provide all the details up front to the clients. We again apologize that we did not make the best experience for you and we hope that it will bring you some relief that we will be replacing the guide. We enjoyed having you in Tanzania and wish you all the best.
撰写日期:2019年7月25日
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RachelSteph0
纽约州纽约市23 条分享
2019年6月 • 好友
After weeks of research (including reading many excellent TripAdvisor reviews), we decided to climb Kili with Joy Climbers. I emailed the "info" email address, and David was immediately responsive - he was super flexible to our dates, and helped answer all of our questions as we prepared. He suggested we do the Lemosho trek as it's considered the most beautiful, and also welcoming for inexperienced hikers.

Upon arrival, we were welcomed at the airport by many team members. They helped us to the hotel (carrying our bags) and provided a warm welcome after nearly a day of travel. They took inventory of our gear, and we were able to rent anything that we were lacking.

Florence and Francis were our guides - they were INCREDIBLE. They explained that the #1 priority is safety, and we felt safe the entire time. They provided nightly briefings and health checks - and always with a smile on their faces.

The chef and porter team (Maxon, Joseph, Fateh, and the many others) were also incredible - they kept our morale high as we climbed. Maxon provided delicious food three times a day - I packed so many snacks that I didn't even eat because he kept us so full.

We summited at sunrise on a cold and windy night, but we were smiling the whole way thanks to the Joy Climbers team. We were in such good hands!

We had the most incredible trip! Five stars!
撰写日期:2019年7月1日
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Thank you so much for the review Rachel! We enjoyed having you and your group in Tanzania! We are really glad that you enjoyed our services and that you recognize our work to create the best enviroment for clients. It means alot that you recognized our imprtance for safety and that you felt comfortable with our staff. We enjoyed our time together and hope you had a great vacation. Please come back soon! Best Regards!
撰写日期:2019年7月16日
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