HARES: SATU LAGI/RYVITA
So we were expecting a slightly longer run than is usual for our ladies hash. 5.15 and everyone was raring to go, sort of…...So off everyone went, heading into the labyrinthine run site that is Diplo. Well, what lay ahead certainly didn’t disappoint.
Never ending hills. Up, up, up……..down, down, down……..peppered with a good amount of water crossings. First check was duly found by Jeannie, so after a bit of checking, everyone was back on paper in good time, in time for me - you guessed it - up, up, up…….followed by more down, down, down and more water crossings.
I think there was a pattern emerging here. Sadly, I cannot remember who found second check, but I do know it was followed by more of the aforementioned pattern. Third check really stumped everyone, and took quite a while to find, eventually Sid found the on paper - all down to experience I reckon, well done Sid, as by this time most hashers were pretty tired and ready to be out.
It was a bit further than most people anticipated to get out, but out everyone came. It was dark by now and approaching 7 o’clock, and a merry gaggle of recreational hashers greeted the runners. Everyone was treated to a nice little coffee upon their signing out. The JMs conducted a great shout up, the hares graciously took the hashit (a variety of offences I think - too many to mention) and we were treated to a lovely laksa. And so the evening slowly faded into night, under the starry tropical skies, in an atmosphere of camaraderie and conviviality. On on.
NEXT RUN: LUCKY GARDENS
HARES: SQUEAK/TWINKLE TOES/PEEWEE