What a night! Katja has hardly been sleeping as she’s been busy running to and from the toilet. This has been one of the worst nights so far.
We don’t really know what’s wrong with Katja as we ate much of the same food yesterday. Still she’s going through hell today. I’m a bit better, but being around a sick person don’t really do to much good for ya.
I get up just before eight and run errands. I tell her trainer she won’t be in today, pick up laundry, go by the pharmacy to get some medicine for her and return the motorbike. All in all a short trip, but with plenty of stops.
I get pills and good advice on handling food poisoning. No milk, yogurt or ice cream. Plenty of fluids, preferably with some antioxidants. We give it all a go, but here is little to no appetite to muster. Neither Katja nor me are really feeling the urge for any food, but rather go back to bed. We stay in bed until 14:00 before ordering a couple of pancakes to the room. We force them down with water and go back to bed. Rise again at 20:00 and stay up and watch TV until 22:30. Then it’s lights out again.
This got to be the least productive day of the tour, and not how we imagined spending one of the recovery days between the Tiger training and the upcoming Mandirigma camp.
Let tomorrow be a better day. Please!
“You need to spend time crawling alone through shadows to truly appreciate what it is to stand in the sun.”
― Shaun Hick