Is maybe not running “through” but running in Cambodia wasn’t so bad either today. Absolutely everyone cycles here and even in the most remote countryside you will find cycle shops. I was pleasantly surprised to see people exercising in the evening (public outdoors aerobic classes are a biiiiig hit here! I hope I ever manage […]Read More Running in Cambodia
Starting in kouk thlok kraom i left the guesthouse at 5:45am, just before sunrise. I was lucky, it turned out to be a hot but cloudy day (it’s incredible humid here) and later on I even had moments of rain (what doesn’t mean that it cools down at all- temperatures stay at around 25-32 degrees […]Read More Running through Cambodia, day nr 2
Day 1: Got up at 4:50, at 5:45 I had arrived by tuktuk to road number 6 just outside siem reap. That’s where I started running. Even before sunrise I was literally covered in a fine film of sweat and it was just running down my face. That was at 6am. My bag must have […]Read More Running through Cambodia, day1
Two days ago I arrives in Siem reap. The city is incredibly touristic and far away from anything I have seen of Cambodia that far. In a nutshell: there isn’t anything you can’t get here (this includes cider, aka pre run nourishment for body, but mainly for the mind). Yes, the mind. No, arriving in […]Read More Ready to run?
Last Sunday was the 26th Bangkok marathon, starting at 2am and I took part in the but more humane version, the halfmarathon at 4am. The in humane timing due to the heat, extraordinary sunshine and humidity of the day… The race fell on a full moon and as sunrise is currently at around 6am we […]Read More Bangkok Halfmarathon
Before Content for 5 weeks: And after:Read More Ready to go
One week to go before I head towards Asia, and damn close to my first Ultra. You can imagine the amounts of questions and question marks bubbling up in my head…jez, I am telling you 😉 On the other hand I did my homework, read what’s there to read about Ultras, running in the heat, […]Read More Ultramarathon running, unanswered questions-
… before my running trip in Asia. Visa & vaccination sorted. Last training runs to keep up in shape before I am trying to run those 250km. Will use the Bangkok Halfmarathon mainly to acclimatise and give myself at least one week after landing before I start my personal journey. My pack list so far: […]Read More 10 days to go…–> finalising my ultra equipment