I’ve recovered from going out every school night last week. Going out on school nights usually entails coming back late from shopping, not indoor karting, manicures, pedicures, chair dancing at a jazz blues jam session, finding delight in vegan burgers out or ferry spotting so my nephew gets a photo of Ant and Dec’s cruise ship in Barcelona (not joking).
Happy Belated April! Yesterday was the first day in months there was warmth in the air. Not warm enough to walk around in flip flops as I noted quite a few tourists doing. I’m sure they were staring at the locals asking themselves why are they still in jackers, scarves and puffer coats.
Anyways, you know the drill. Photos.
P took me when he was here last week indoor karting. I was slow and I mean slow (I thought I was racing!). I’ve never been before and had a blast. Bonus we had the whole track to ourselves and I want to go back redeem my pace. Though slow, I loved those hairpins!
Earlier last week, I found out that Miin (Korean Cosmetic store here) was holding a stall at Palo Alto Market Fashion Weekend. Marketed as a flea market it’s more designer and artisan. Palo Alto Market started up a few years ago and every few months in an I believe an old brewery down the road from me. It usually alternates between fashion, food and art each show weekend. Entry is €3. I’ll be honest, it was way too hipster for me (think Old Spitalfields Market). I was happier shopping in the shopping centre/mall later. That said, the venue itself was amazing. Full of tropical leaves, draping vines and lilacs.
There’s a live band, numerous food trucks (sadly no vegan, that I could find. There was a veggie burrito, but I wasn’t in the mood for a burrito), bars and a concept art gallery.
My past few runs, my legs have been asking to walk. I skipped Sunday’s usual long run for a long bike ride. I misjudged wind strength coming back and was kinda cursing myself for not saying, okay, today just yoga instead of a marathon bike ride. There’s usually only one way to learn. The hard way.
Best way to learn a lesson? The easy way or the hard way? Have a great rest of the week!