Vacation running

by @marenontherun

Hello Steemit-friends. I've had holidays for a couple of weeks and been offline so now I can't wait to catch up on all your running posts. Even though I've been offline internet-wise, I've been online running-wise. The first week of July we were in Greece. Such a beautiful country! I thought that with the temperatures we've been having in Norway this year that I'd be used to the heat. Turned out that in addition to heat, Greece had a whole different level of humidity. I was up and out running around 6 a.m. in the mornings, but I could hardly survive. My breath was heavy, my heartrate was high and running on sandy beach was of course also hard. I loved it though, running is such a great way to sightseeing when visiting new places and getting out at 6 a.m. meant that I got to experience the most beautiful sunrise. I managed to squeeze in four morning runs that week. Strava stats following some pictures below.

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tradfursten:

Going out for runs are one of the best things about abroad vacations. Looks like lovely running spots.

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marenontherun:

Yes, it was really nice. Thanks for your comment!

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toofasteddie:

Welcome back!

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marenontherun:

Thank you, it's great to be back :)

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runningproject:

*Don't listen to your mind: open your heart and run for sensations. @amico

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gholsa:

Being able to go running while on holiday has to be one of the best feelings. No time constraints to worry about, perfect for taking in some sights.

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