Staying in shape is a good thing

So, I awoke this morning with barely any pain. I guess running and keeping oneself in pretty good shape actually does decrease your recovery time. I laid low today ’cause I’m still not 100%, but at least I’m not in pain. I did some work that needed to be done, and watched a couple of movies. Not what I want to be doing here in Z’bar, but I’m not going to rush it and have to be in bed for a few days. I’ll probably do my ‘around the town’ time in the next two days to give myself time to heal properly. I’ve got plenty of things to do around Stone Town anyways.

I’m going to do some travelling next week. Chumbe Island with Zahor at some point, hopefully somewhere south with the family for another picnic next Saturday, and then dipshit tourist stuff that I’d like to do like Jozani Forest to check out the red colubus monkey which is indigeneous to Zanzibar.

Who knows what else. I’m just trying to follow the day and see what comes next. Drop me a line people…each and every email is quite nice to receive.

In a good way…

There are 4 comments
  1. Once you’re recovered, there’s a great run at the north tip of the island. Head up to Nungwi. You can run along the beach several miles. Try to hit mid-tide, when the water laps at your heels as you run. If the tide is too high, there are places where you’ll have to swim for it!

  2. Only problem is that Nungwi has been so overdeveloped it’s hard to find any open space these days. Many people have told me to just avoid it altogether, for if you loved Nungwi in the past (which I most certainly did), what you loved is sure to be gone. My family avoids it altogether and given my time constraints, I think I just might do the same. Who knows?

  3. How sad – Nungwi used to be one of the nicest spots on planet earth. Guess those damn Lonely Planet people must have blown the secret.

  4. Once you're recovered, there's a great run at the north tip of the island. Head up to Nungwi. You can run along the beach several miles. Try to hit mid-tide, when the water laps at your heels as you run. If the tide is too high, there are places where you'll have to swim for it!

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