I'm just back from a week in Tenerife. Fantastic holiday with lovely weather (25c with virtually unbroken sunshine) and food. We went whale and dolphin spotting and saw both.
I also got up promptly on three mornings and ran, which was a new and enjoyable experience. One thing, though - it was really harsh on my legs! I don't know what it was, but after each run (but mostly the first) my legs felt numb and tingly. It felt like the impact on my legs from each stride was really stinging. I'm wondering if it was the hardness of the ground - there's a lot of ceramic tiling on the pavements, and of course the land is volcanic rock, with little or no soil. Also, there was a lot of up and down hills involved. And a lot of sweat - it's warm there!
Has anybody else experienced something like this?
If you're interested, this was my last run - down to the seafront and along it....