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Back in Australia!

What an amazing adventure I had on the other side of the world! As much as I would love to go into detail about it all I just don't have the energy to sit and write so I will give you a brief overview :)

Neil and I arrived in Istanbul after landing and got to spend the entire day there looking around and exploring, we visited some great sites including the underground columns and the Museums which were amazing! We also went to the markets, that was an experience on its own.



The next day we flew to Athens where we spend nine days and had the most fantastic time.

Two Weeks Until Takeoff!

Last week was a good training week. I managed to pump out three big training runs with a 40km run on both Monday and Friday and a longer 50km run on Wednesday. Both 40km runs were nice and easy however on the 50 km run I did seem to struggle a bit in the last 10km. That was probably due to pushing myself a bit too hard at the start, I still managed to do it in under 5 hours with a time of 4 hours 46 mins which is alright I guess!

                        (A sunset I captured while walking home)