Fmd it was cold. Took about an hour for the feeling to come back in my feet.
Got this thing about swimming wherever I go tbh. So far have swum in the Pacific, Indian and Atlantic Oceans. Think I'll give the Arctic a miss, if this was anything to go by.
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Haha yeah, I'm not sure what I was expecting it to be like at 9:30am but I lost all feeling in my toes pretty quickly but as I said it did get a lot nicer.
Am struggling to imagine what it's like down under during your summers.
Girlfriend tried to get me to go in the Sea at Cape Cornwall a few days after Christmas last year, I told her it was simply not going to happen. And it didn't, thank god.
One of the local villages has everybody run into the sea on New Years Eve at the strike of midnight. Can imagine that's absolutely freezing, also a miracle how there aren't a number of casualties. Darkness+alcohol+water+pandemonium doesn't seem like an ideal mix
Now is a great time to swim here. The water is warmer than the outside temperature. Win.
Today would be a good day for an umbrella hat.
But honestly, is there ever a day that's not a good day for an umbrella hat?
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