Make sure to check out parts 1, 2, 3 and 4 of my interrail diary series before reading this one. It's the last one, I promise! Day #14: Prague Since we got to our flat quite late, we decided not to set alarms for the morning. Having said this, I naturally woke up around 09:30am. … Continue reading Interrail diary (part 5)
Make sure you read parts 1, 2 and 3 of my interrail diary series before checking this one out. day #11: munich cont'd Sorry for leaving you on a bit of a cliff-hanger last time! Despite the bedbug anxiety, we woke up bite-free. My two friends who slept on the wooden floor found it "surprisingly … Continue reading Interrail diary (part 4)
Make sure to check out parts 1 and 2 of my interrail diary series before reading this one! day #8: Bologna (cont'd) Despite a late night, we set our alarm for 09:00am to give us a good amount of time in Bologna. We walked through the ex Jewish Ghetto, whose streets were arranged in a … Continue reading Interrail diary (part 3)
A lot of people have asked me how I've managed to keep up with my training regime during my travels. The truth is, I haven't really. In fact, whilst I have been for the odd run, I've been focusing on giving my body a well-earned break. This is something I often forget to do or … Continue reading Holidays: to drill or to chill?
Make sure to check out part 1 of my Interrail diary series before reading this one. day #4: Vatican city Although we were all exhausted after the previous day's adventures, we didn't have a lie-in to compensate. In fact, far from it! We woke up at 07:30am to get to the Vatican City by 09:00am. … Continue reading Interrail diary (part 2)
You've probably noticed my inactivity on instagram over the past couple of weeks. But surprise! I'm back (sort of). The last 16 days have been hectic, incredible, unforgettable and - at times - tricky, but it wouldn't have been a complete interrail experience without its ups and downs. I've decided to divide my "Interrail diary" … Continue reading Interrail diary (Part 1)
Going away? Or maybe you only train with school, so the holidays mean you have no organised training. Either way, it can be pretty hard to come up with training sessions on your own. Especially if you're in another country (unless it's a dedicated training camp!). Before I share my tips for keeping the mojo … Continue reading Holiday training guide