Life in a nutshell, 'cos it's better if you're nuts!
Open the photo gallery >> The morning after was a bit slow as Kas was feeling rather stiff, so we had a leisurely breakfast in the hotel whilst deciding what to do for the 3/4 of a day we had to fill before our flights home. Initially we decided we'd go for a...
Open the photo gallery >> Race day started disgustingly early for a Sunday morning, but not, apparently, too early for the hotel breakfast bar. I think they might have had a few other marathon runners in the building. We had to be up at the start for around...
Open the photo gallery >> We grabbed a decent breakfast at the hotel fairly early, as we'd got to get ourselves off to the Marathon Expo, for collection of numbers, purchasing of unnecessary running equipment, and things like that. It was also Kas's birthday....
We booked all of our flights and our hotel using some of my many thousands of BA Air Miles ( or Avios Points, whatever they're called now ) as this seemed to be a sensible option. What wasn't so sensible, though, was that the direct flights to [[Berlin]] that weekend...
Kas decided she’d really, really like to run the 40th Berlin Marathon on her 40th birthday weekend. It seemed like a reasonable idea.
This was a fine late summer’s day out in Cambridgeshire with a happy band of cachers including myself, Daughterus Maximus, BingBongLong and Wavvy.
A Sunday afternoon jaunt with Daughterus Maximus over to a tempting looking (i.e. short and easy looking) new series of caches at Stoke Bruerne.
We had a quick dash up to Kenilworth so that Kas could run the half marathon there. I toyed with the idea of running too but then Kas told me there’s no medal. No medal ? No run.
A bit of caching down by the river in Northampton, because, you know….
Our final day in Dorset, which was spent mainly in Weymouth. The girls did a bit of “beach work” while I went geocaching. Then we had posh fish and chips for tea and the girls got hair braids.
A perfect example that if you’re going to take a holiday in the UK you always need to plan what you are going to do on the days when the weather is rubbish.
Henges, white horses, geocaches and some rather nice looking bits of coastline.
What more could you want when you’re on holiday ?