Today we had to pack all our food and luggage for the next 3 days as we were going to be staying in Tugela Mouth resort for the final 3 days of the swim. I
I woke up early on Monday and the first thing I did was check my heart rate. It had already dropped by Sunday afternoon but I was still worried it may have shot up again.
I had a solid 8 hours sleep and woke with a high resting heart rate. I didn’t feel fabulous but figured I could swim. I wanted to swim but I was also aware that this
When a friend of mine sent me a poster advertising the trail, my first thought was that I would swim the 1st leg- Durban to Umdloti. I have been wanting to swim that route for
Having already been in Argentina as physio for team SA at the recent Youth Olympics, I could not miss the opportunity to hop on a plane to meet with Mark and Camilla (Plastic Oceans Chile)
It has been 2 weeks since I last wrote and I still can’t remember the epiphany I had last week that I wanted to share. Last week was a bit of a blur for me.
Being on tour, days and weeks mingle together in one big clump, so you don’t really keep track of time. It’s a bit like watching grass grow. Have you ever noticed the blades get longer
I guess it is rather fitting that with 52 weeks to go (give or take a few) I have just spent the last 52 hours travelling. That is 1 hour of travelling per week of