Arriving in Dublin on Saturday morning 18th. Plan to stay till 10 Sept. Thanks to John Boyle for his incredible help in BA.
I really need this timeout as I am physically shattered after the Andes mountains!
The Andes stretch the entire length of South America which roughly would be across Europe, then across the Atlantic, and then across the USA!!
I took the easy 7,000km and 7 month route!
My rest days have long since been office days, and it looks like that for this time out. I got so much work and blogging to catch up on that I am frightened to even think about it.
It will be great to see my family again, have a good fry-up, don´t forget the mushrooms Mam, a strong cup of Irish tea and perhaps someone might even bake me a Shepherds Pie as this is something I have been salivating for, for many a week as I pick up my tongue from the hard shoulder!
Perhaps timeouts take from the quality/integrity of the run, we are all different and for me this is what works best.
Cormac Byrne can you please send me an email address that works! I tried responding to your query but it bounced back twice after putting a lot of work into your reply I would like to have it delivered!
Pls email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I plan to leave my route on Tuesday after running and make my way to BA = Buenos Aires for the 18/20 hour bus ride. I thank John Boyle and the Irish community who I understand are planning to take me out for a meal.. John asked me do I like to eat!! Yes he did
You know the answer to that!
Talk soon, rough distance so far is 21,260km …. Need to confirm from log book later.
See you Dublin soon,
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