Ride & Run – See the World

I have been out for some days now, I’ve reached Northern Ireland and am waiting for Christopher, who will arrive by plane tomorrow. I have seen some absolutely fantastic scenery, both running and riding. I don’t really feel inspired to write at this point so I’ll settle for sharing pictures.

Llama spotting on my evening run in the Cotswolds
Llama spotting on my evening run in the Cotswolds
It is sunny, green and lovely but unfortunately  no trotting deers to be seen anywhere
It is sunny, green and lovely but unfortunately no trotting deer to be seen anywhere
I found a campsite next to a river, I thought I better stop before the rain so I could pitch my tent and go running. It didn't rain at all though. Very nice!
I found a campsite next to a river, I thought I better stop before the rain so I could pitch my tent and go running. It didn’t rain at all though. Very nice!
Riding in Snowdonia - as adventurous as I get, so far at least
Riding in Snowdonia – as adventurous as I get, so far at least
My favourite dinner, I'd been saving myself for this. This was not only a delicious meal, it was also the first time in a very long time I could listen to a bar full of people speaking and I could not understand a single word. Welsh is an interesting language indeed.
My favourite dinner, I’d been saving myself for this. This was not only a delicious meal, it was also the first time in a very long time I could listen to a bar full of people speaking and I could not understand a single word. Welsh is an interesting language indeed.
Running along the waterfront and over the peace bridge in Derry
Running along the waterfront and over the peace bridge in Derry

So, that is a summary in pictures from the last days, I’ll get back about the Horizons Unlimited event – I need to dwell upon it a bit longer before writing. Now I’m off to bed with my new book, “In Search of Greener Grass” which I “had” to buy since my kindle ran out of charge.

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One thought on “Ride & Run – See the World”

  1. Been over 30 years since I was around in Eire. Scenery hasn’t changed a bit. Enjoy landscape and culture in this lovely country.

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