Saturday, 18 January 2014

'Nowhere riding' - that's what you do in the middle of nowhere when your group draws away in front of you and you just have to keep turning the pedals. There was a fair bit of that today as we headed inland and took on some rolling hills, with warm winds sucking the moisture out of us.
We came back to the coast through a fishing village and then it was back inland.
The ride turned out to be 128k and the last leg was the toughest. We kept on, knowing that we had a pool and Nana Beach waiting for us at Champhon. We also have a rest day tomorrow.

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