The 'rest' day in Rundu was not as restful as anticipated. There was so much cleaning and sorting of equipment, and blog writing/social media updating, that there was little time to actually allow my mind and body to recuperate. But anyway, I got back into my running shoes again after a day off, and started devouring those tarmac miles ahead of me. Here is my blog of day 23 to day 31...
So after having a thoroughly enjoyable break at Africat, myself and the team were back on the road ready to attack some tar! Oh, how I love to run on tar... bleugh! It was great to see first hand what the money we raise will go toward and great to rest my legs but at the same time I felt pretty happy to get back on the road and tackle the job I was there to do. Here is a brief run down of day 12 to day 22...
Welcome to a collection of blogs that will hopefully give you a bit of an insight into what it is like to run across Africa. I am going to break them down into sections of approximately 10 days at a time. I am most definitely not an author or blogger or any kind of English language expert. So please be kind to me if there are spelling or grammar mistakes, I try my best but am just a mere human.
Every night on my run I would try to write in my diary as I lay down to go to sleep. All the information in the blog is taken from my diary. Sometimes my eyes shut before I could finish one sentence, those days will be brief. Sometimes there was so much sweat dripping from my forehead that the ink wouldn't stick to the paper I was writing on, those days will be brief too! Day 1 to day 11...