Hot run equals dripping wet.


Even with a slight breeze still it was one of the hottest runs I have done so far. The sun was out with a few clouds but was it searing hot. I had to take at least two breathers for such a short course. The port extension was a bit quiet today which made it nice. But then I could hear my own feet running in what seemed like a desert outback. I was inhaling and exhaling in both my nostrils and mouth. I knew it was all hot fumes and nothing else. As I turned around the western bend I could see the blue lovely sea and what a sight so soothing.

http://www.sportstracklive.com/track/detail/JPCuaycong/Running/Bredco-port-ext./exercise/229103

It was good to see just two dump trucks and as for the rest they were on their lunch breaks. It seemed like the port was emptied on a holiday. Two dredgers were pumping out mud and seawater and what a sight. Funny when you see the last kilometer and it looks like it never ends. Searing hot and drippin’ wet. After the run I was dismayed my average GPS average was below than last. Always a next time. I kept on circling the tiny gas station to cool off.

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