We’ve all had this right? When you’re on a long hike up to a temple, forest, abandoned hotel or just a Starbucks and your mind starts to wander, well here’s my brain vomit from my trip up Kotor Fortress Walls – a thigh-burning 1350 ‘steps’, or 4.5 km:
This is going to be fun and I CAN do this, regardless of what my sandals are saying (they’re crying).
I am channelling Reese Witherspoon in Wild. I can do this.
Move on people, I don’t want your fanny pack in my shot. And c’mon front backpack wearers – you aren’t gonna get pickpocketed up here, put it on the right way. Hiking pickpockets probably deserve the money for the effort though.
Why are people hiking for fun? I guess pain is fun for them.
Come on, Tea. This is going to be worth it. Right? Right! Just give yourself personalised soundtrack like Rocky, that’s all he needed.
This IS amazing. Thank you my precious legs for providing me with this view. We really don’t thank our feet and legs enough. They’re going on my Christmas card list this year.
How can those perfect people pose so flawless after this walk while I’m feeling like a marathon runner who’s being seen to by a paramedic, cuddled in an emergency blanket?
Have you fallen for any new hobbies while travelling?