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Life Lately 2018 | Adventure Time

June 6, 2018

“Do you ever sleep?” A question someone asked me recently which I take as a great compliment.

Yes, I do sleep. No where near enough but sometimes the fun and adventures come first.

Where have I been? Where does the time go? Why am I a lazy blogger? So many questions and time is marching on. Let me fill you in, mostly through pictures, on what has been going on in my crazy world.

Let’s go from January 2018 to June 2018 and recap on the whirlwind life…

If you caught my post before you will notice that I broke my ankle at the end of November 2018, but don’t panic – it’s ok and please don’t feel too bad for me – with all the stupid shit that I do it was inevitable that something was going to happen sooner or later. So retraining my ankle became my priority if I wanted to continue my adventures.

The end of 2017 looked a lot like this. Regular training, determination & nutrition healed the injury quickly.

The best way to heal is to get back outside. On a long hike from Jebel Hatt to Misfat Abreein.

There were some mountain trips with some hairy friends, some goats too..

Zip lined into the sunset at Millennium Hotel in Mussanah

Hunted for dinosaurs in Wadi Al Khoudh with Spencer. Weirdly, we didn’t find any.

A last minute invitation to a Holi party ended up like this.

Afternoons like these, flying over the golden beaches of Sawadi

This was VERY cool, being driven in a water taxi by double Olympian Roman Hagara

Then on board with the Redbull sailing team at the Extreme Sailing Series 2018

When training for Everest, I made the Duncan crew join in too

And of course everywhere I go, my mini adventurer wants to come too. At 4.5 years old he has a real taste for adventures, the outdoors and danger! Here we are loving life at the Jebel Shams Challenge.

 

With summer in Oman in full swing, what do we do when it heats up again? We continue the adventures, of course! You just have to think outside the box and accept the inevitable – you will get very sweaty!

Kayaking is a great way to stay active and keep cool

Strapping my wake board on again after a broken ankle felt amazing!

Nothing like head butting the ocean a few times to wake you up! 

We have been loving Trampo Oman, the indoor play area for children and bigger children like me. The shade and AC  whilst staying active is very welcomed sometimes!

Or you could head out and find yourself a plunge pool to cool off. Look out for the nibbling wildlife!

So that takes me too the present day, the start of June 2018. We are now well and truly under the smothering blanket of summer time in Oman where most people either leave for the summer tend to go into hibernation for a couple of months.

How do you cope with the summer if you don’t like outdoor sports? Here are some suggestions..

  • Try a new gym class like UFC Gym
  • Start a new season or 4 on Netflix
  • Feed your brain with an online learning course
  • Try out an indoor play area for kids and adults like Trampo Oman
  • Volunteer your services with someone who needs you
  • And if the heat gets too much then head to Salalah for the Khareef season or the cooler mountain altitudes.

Have you got an activity to recommend to me? Get in touch and I’ll try it out.

Until the next time, it’s Cheerio from me and my squad of crazies!

Heather x

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