Run for Food: First oversea run

For the first time since my maiden run, I postpone one running session this week, as I only run 2 days after the previous run. I blame it on the intense meetings this week but I know it is a lame one. As I will be travelling for a business meeting next week, I tell myself I cannot let the momentum goes down. Worrying that I may not run at all while I travel, I decide to run more  more this week to “over compensate”. By end of the week, I have completed 17.36km in total.

It then occurs to me I should continue to run while I am in US. There is no reason why I should not. Without any hesitation, I pack my running gear with me and off I go (or “fly”) for my meeting in Cupertino at California. When I touch down and check into the hotel at noon, I decide I should run before the sun set so as to familiarize with the route. That was just the “Kiasee” side of me. It is anyway a very sunny but cooling Sunday, with temperature probably around 16-18 degree Celsius.

The run turns out to be a tiring one despite the cool weather. I think much of it is due to the flight fatigue. But it is still a good run, after all, this is my first oversea run, while on business trip.

My first "Oversea" running route

By the end of the run, I have completed 35 running activities, covering 126.67km. More importantly, will I continue to run while I am here at Cupertino this week? Or will I just fizzle out and give the “intense meeting” reasons again?

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