Rwanda is sometimes referred to as the land of one thousand hills(“Pays des Mille Collines” in french), and after pulling into Kigali I could see why. Continue reading “Running in Kigali” »
Jerusalem is a city on hills, which makes it a beautiful, and challenging city in which to run. From buildings that are thousands of years old to brand new bikeways and pedestrian streets, it’s got a lot to offer anyone wishing to hit the pavement. Continue reading “Running in Jerusalem” »
Running around Athens is extraordinary. Being able to jog around the hill of the muses and to the Parthenon is quite a treat, if only for the scenery.
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We were only spending a few days in Croatia, and two of them had been taken up by hiking in Plitvice Lakes National Park. I wanted to make sure that I checked off Croatia on my running around the world list, so I woke up early to get this one done.
After a damp and rainy walking tour the day before, I decided to get out for a run in the sun in Budapest.
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What started as a quick 5k became a little longer when I realised I could pop into the old city, and then a little longer still when I found that there were no trams returning back home. Continue reading “Running in Krakow” »