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Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset 2015: register now!

 

The 17th Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset 42k and 100k ultra trail run takes place in the week of 1-8 August 2015. Early bird travel packages are available until March 1st on www.ms2s.org!

 

 

Mongolia (28 January 2015) – In August 2015, for the 17th time already, adventure seeking runners from all over the world will gather at the shores of Lake Hovsgol in Northern Mongolia for a very special experience: the Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset 42k and 100k ultra trail marathon. Until March 1st, 2015, runners can book a discounted early bird travel package on the event website www.ms2s.org. “It is a whole week of exploration with horseback riding, kayaking, hiking, fishing, sleeping in traditional Mongolian Gers – and of course running”, says race director Nicolas Musy.

 

The race on August 5th will be as challenging as it is beautiful. Runners pass by yak herds and viagra in the uk wild horses, shamanistic Ovoos as well as Mongolian yurts and horsemen, in one of the most pristine and spectacular areas on this planet. Amongst participants, the race is known as the world’s most beautiful 42k and 100k run. A lakeside single track through woods and over windblown lowlands; steep, rocky mountain passes with breath-taking views; river valleys and marshy forests; seas of wildflowers. The accumulated elevation gain/loss for the marathon distance is 2.255 meters, for the 100k course it is 3.365 meters.

 

Preserving the National Park

The Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset is organised on a non-profit basis. All proceeds are used to keep Hovsgol National Park pristine and to support the culture of the local population via the “ecoLeap foundation” registered in Geneva, Switzerland. Nicolas Musy: “It is not only the pristine nature that makes this part of the world so special. It is also the unique culture of the nomads and their way of life. The nomads should be proud of their abilities and culture.”

 

 

Photo Credits: www.ms2s.org / Peter Troest or www.ms2s.org / Khasar Sandag

 

Download high resolution photos here: http://ms2s.dk/press-room/

 

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First time Pan Asia Hash to be hosted in Pondicherry, India this September 2015.

 

Payment Gateway is Up & Running!!
Register Now…Don’t miss the bus!!
 
Check out our website: www.panasiapondy.com
 
On On to Pondy

 


Sash “Lord Krishna” Varma

+919840866083

 

  Time: March 27, 2015 at 12pm to March 29, 2015 at 4pm
State/Province: California
Posted By: Cheek-a-Boo

Event Description:
Link to Rego or you can get it on www.hash.org
http://hash.org/2015/BFR%20Flyer%202015.pdf
Hash Central:
Comfort Inn Palm Springs Downtown 390 S Indian Canyon Dr, Palm Springs, CA 92262
(760) 778-3699
Room rate is $159.16 (Already includes tax) for Fri, 3/27, and Sat, 3/28. They will charge your credit card for 1st night's stay but they will refund you if you cancel within 10 days of check-in. Includes full hot breakfast.
REGISTRATION INCLUDES:
Strangely Awesome Giveaway Item(s),
FRIDAY: Noonish, Ceremonial tapping of the 1st keg 6pm: Hares Off! Lingerie Run + Dinner, Music and viagra without prescription uk Dancing to the sounds of world famous, The Hash Band. LINGERIE IS MANDATORY!!
SATURDAY: Poolside Drinking, Opening Ceremonies, Afternoon Hash + Dinner, Skits, Music and Dinner, Music and Dancing to the throbbing rhythms of DJ, Flashpants.
SUNDAY: Morning Hangover Hash + On-On-On (w/sumptuous lunch)
Beer? Of course there is a plethora of beer the entire weekend!!
REGISTER EARLY: (Don’t let your dollars slip away) Postmarked before January 31st, 2015 ................ $110.00
Postmarked before February 28th ........................ $145.00
Postmarked after February 28th-through BFR
(You’re SOL) .......................................................... $185.00
(If you must cancel, do it before 2-28-15 for full refund)
Rego form and updates can be found on www.hash.org
GOT A SKIT?: Bring yer props and talk to someone who looks like they're in charge.
Also, there is usually a good size fun group who go up on Thursday night to pre-lube and party.
If you are unlucky to not get a room at the Hash Hotel here are some options:
Within 4 Blocks: Motel 6: 760 320-4191
Best Western: 760 325-4372
Palm Mountain Resort: 760 325-1301
Hilton: 760 320-6868

See more details and RSVP on HashSpace:

http://www.hashspace.com/events/event/show?id=2021388%3AEvent%3A5489457&xgi=5L7d4k50VMBTeN&xg_source=msg_invite_event

The main Hashes in South India - Bangalore Hash, Hyderabad Hash and the Madras Hash - all started in 1990.  A few years ago, each of the the three hashes celebrated their 20th anniversary individually with great aplomb, with many of us attending all 3 events.

This time for the Silver Jubilee in 2015, the three Hashes are planning to get together for a grand celebration of Hashing.  This is the first time that so many Hashers from India will be mismanaging a huge event.
 
The Silver Jubilee Celebration of Hashing in South India will be a 3 night - 4 day weekend.  One day and night mismanaged by each of the three Hashes and cialis professional the whole event put together jointly.  If each of them can pull off memorable Nash Hashes, can you imagine what chaos their combined effort will result in?
 
It is now time to Register.  Early Bird Regos will be kept open till end 2014.  The warn ins from the earlier "Save the Date" mailers has been overwhelming.  Madras Hashers who no longer live in Chennai, and those who attended Nash Hashes at Araku and Vythiri, account for a hundred of them.  If we add the regular Hashers from India, the total number will shoot up. We want to keep our event cosy, with hard core hashers who have bonded with each other over the years, and we will keep the numbers to a level where Mismanagement will not be crazy.  Regos will close as soon as someone swoons and says “This is more than we can handle”.
 
Visit www.madrashash.com or more specifically, http://www.madrashash.com/silver-jubilee-of-hash to Register.
 
Summary:
 
Venue: The best place to stay in Kodaikanal.  Fully booked for Hashers.
Overflows will be accommodated in a nearby resort of equal standard.
Tip: Register asap to be where the action is.
 
Dates: Aug 6 - 9, 2015.  Lunch to lunch. 4 days - 3 nights.
 
Rego includes:
 
Stay plus all you can eat and all the beer you can drink. On all days.
4 Runs.  3 Parties.  Skits, gaiety, laughter.  Specially designed cuisine.
 
Rego: US$ 199, if you register in 2014.  Single supplement, $99 extra.
or Rs 12,500 for twin share, Rs 18,500 for single stay,
Horrors at Rs 6000 (with bed) and Rs 3000 w/o bed
 
Early Bird: Till end 2014
 
Regos close: 1st quarter of 2015 at a substantially higher Rego rate.
 
Eligibility: You need to be a hard core hasher.  Your mother hash has to be proud of you.
 
 
On On
 
MH3 Mismanagement
on behalf of the three
Mother Hashes of South India

H A S H E R S!

    We regret to finally announce that the Pan Africa Hash 2015 in Freetown, Sierra Leone, has fallen victim to the Ebola Virus Disease Pandemic in West Africa. After monitoring the situation over the last few months, we have come to the conclusion that it will not be possible to host the PAH in 2015. While there are hopeful signs of getting the EVD under control in some of the worst hit districts in the country the situation in Freetown proper and the surrounding Western Area and a few other districts are still not safe.

    So far we have more than 160 registrations for the PAH2015.

    We propose the following:

    The Freetown HHH will host the PAH 2017. We keep the registrations we received for the Freetown PAH 2015. For hashers who will not be able to come in 2017 we will make arrangements to sell registrations as soon as new registrations come in. For those, who wish to withdraw immediately we will reimburse the registration fee at 90% minus the cost of money transfer. This is because we have already spent money on preparations and promotional activities.

    This opens up the opportunity for other African HHH kernels to step in to host the PAH2015 at a suitable time in 2015.
    We regret the inconveniences and ask all hashers to bear with us.
    ON! ON! PAH 2015! Please, come forward to step in!
    

    On behalf of the PAH 2015 cum 2017 Organizing Committee

    Pepper Dokta

   

Singapore, Sunday, December 7, 2014, 05.00gmt

The dream life of Kenneth Mungara continues, with another marathon victory, this time in the Standard Chartered Marathon Singapore, Sunday morning. It was already unlikely that the 42 year old Kenyan would ever have to work behind a barber’s chair again. But another $50,000 prize ensures that; unless of course, he wants to open a chain, and show the youngsters how to do it.

That was pretty much the scenario on Sunday morning. Running against men up to 20 years younger, Mungara stayed with the group of a dozen East Africans for just 10 kilometres, before striking out by himself, and building up an unassailable lead, which had stretched to two and half minutes at the finish.

The expected hot and humid conditions that prevail in Singapore almost all year round inevitably kept the times slow, and although he said that he had set out at the 5am start (already 28C) with a will to break the course record of 2.11.25, set by compatriot Luke Kibet six years ago, Mungara came home in 2.16.42, with colleagues David Tarus and Charles Kanyao following in 2.19.07 and 2.19.18 respectively.

“I targeted the course record,” he said immediately afterwards. “But there was no one to help me. I was hoping someone would come along and push me. I’m still happy, but not very happy. It was very hot, but there was no problem. Next time I hope we can get four or five guys together. Next time, I would do better. It’s my last race of the year, so now I can go home to celebrate, and enjoy Christmas”.

It was Mungara’s second victory in Singapore, four years after his first; but so successful has been his latterday career, that the native of Limuru, some 50 kilometres north-west of the capital, Nairobi, has now won nine of his 15 marathons since 2007, with three second places and a third, and boasts a best of 2.07.36 from Prague three years ago.

Mungara was only enticed into running in his mid-30s, by the young marathoners who would come to his salon for a shave. “I looked at those little guys, and thought, I can beat them. But they were really tough, so I couldn’t at first. I couldn’t even train with them. I trained by myself, and after a while I went to a half-marathon, but I had to drop out. But I saw my mistakes, and I learned”.

Waganesh Amare didn’t have time to make any mistakes in the women’s race. The young Ethiopian was only enlisted for the race at the last moment, as a replacement. Underlining a theory that you come down from altitude either several days or none before a race, Waganesh only turned up the night before, barely slept, due to the 5am start, then coped with everything the well-matched field threw at her, before running away from her last rivals after 39 kilometres. She quickly did she accelerate over the final three kilometres that she won by close to a minute, in 2.46.54, with Kenyans Elizabeth Chemweno and Pauline Wanganui second and third respectively, in 2.47.50 and 2.4859. “I wasn’t expecting it be this hot,” said Waganesh, via top-class interpreter, Haile Gebrselassie, “so that’s why I waited so late to make a move to win”.

As for Geb himself, he simply wasn’t expecting the competition to be so hot. He had spent the majority of the two previous days, fulfilling speaking and coaching engagements, and thought he might get an easy ride in the 10 kilometres. But Solomon Keter had other ideas. Fresh from a personal best of 29.04, for a Hong Kong all-comers record one week earlier, and fully acclimatised to the region, Keter ran away from his Kenyan colleague, Thomas Maritim, and Gebrselassie in the final stages of the race, at which point temperatures had topped 30C (86F).

“That’s the worst humidity I’ve ever experienced” said Gebrselassie. “I came here to enjoy myself, I wasn’t prepared. I didn’t expect the Kenyans. Next year, I’ll come just to run, and I’ll be prepared”.

MARATHON RESULTS

MEN

1 Kenneth MUNGARA           KEN  2:16:42

2 David TARUS                      KEN  2:19:07

3 Charles KANYAO               KEN  2:19:18

4 Henry CHIRCHIR                KEN 2:19:58

5 Paul MATHEKA                  KEN  2:20:38

6 Laban MOIBEN                             KEN  2:21:30

7 Mike MUTAI                       KEN  2:23:19

8 Dereje WOLDEGIYORGIS  ETH  2:24:12

9 Samwel KIPNGETICH        KEN  2:26:55

10 Kennedy KIPROO LILAN KEN  2:27:25

WOMEN

1 Waganesh AMARE              ETH 2:46:54

2 Elizabeth CHEMWENO       KEN  2:47:50

3 Pauline WANGUI                KEN  2:48:59

4 Albina MAYOROVA           RUS  2:49:26

5 Ayelu LEMMA                    ETH  2:49:52

6 Jane         J KIPTOO                     KEN  2:51:48

7 Margaret NJUGUNA            KEN  2:57:55

8 Jane KARIUKI                     KEN  3:01:28

9 Lamahewage ANUSHA       SRI    3:10:00

10 Kumarasinghe MANJULA SRI    3:11:03

 

10K MEN

1 Solomon KETER                 KEN  29:47

2 Thomas MARITIM              KEN  29:53

3 Haile GEBRSELASSIE        ETH  30:00

4 James MAREGU                  KEN  30:27

5 Charles NJOKI                     KEN  31:40

The main Hashes in South India - Bangalore Hash, Hyderabad Hash and the Madras Hash - all started in 1990.  A few years ago, each of the the three hashes celebrated their 20th anniversary individually with great aplomb, with many of us attending all 3 events.

This time for the Silver Jubilee in 2015, the three Hashes are planning to get together for a grand celebration of Hashing.  This is the first time that so many Hashers from India will be mismanaging a huge event.
 
The Silver Jubilee Celebration of Hashing in South India will be a 3 night - 4 day weekend.  One day and night mismanaged by each of the three Hashes and the whole event put together jointly.  If each of them can pull off memorable Nash Hashes, can you imagine what chaos their combined effort will result in?
 
It is now time to Register.  Early Bird Regos will be kept open till end 2014.  The warn ins from the earlier "Save the Date" mailers has been overwhelming.  Madras Hashers who no longer live in Chennai, and those who attended Nash Hashes at Araku and Vythiri, account for a hundred of them.  If we add the regular Hashers from India, the total number will shoot up. We want to keep our event cosy, with hard core hashers who have bonded with each other over the years, and we will keep the numbers to a level where Mismanagement will not be crazy.  Regos will close as soon as someone swoons and says “This is more than we can handle”.
 
Visit www.madrashash.com or more specifically, http://www.madrashash.com/silver-jubilee-of-hash to Register.
 
Summary:
 
Venue: The best place to stay in Kodaikanal.  Fully booked for Hashers.
Overflows will be accommodated in a nearby resort of equal standard.
Tip: Register asap to be where the action is.
 
Dates: Aug 6 - 9, 2015.  Lunch to lunch. 4 days - 3 nights.
 
Rego includes:
 
Stay plus all you can eat and all the beer you can drink. On all days.
4 Runs.  3 Parties.  Skits, gaiety, laughter.  Specially designed cuisine.
 
Rego: US$ 199, if you register in 2014.  Single supplement, $99 extra.
or Rs 12,500 for twin share, Rs 18,500 for single stay,
Horrors at Rs 6000 (with bed) and Rs 3000 w/o bed
 
Early Bird: Till end 2014
 
Regos close: 1st quarter of 2015 at a substantially higher Rego rate.
 
Eligibility: You need to be a hard core hasher.  Your mother hash has to be proud of you.
 
 
On On
 
MH3 Mismanagement
on behalf of the three
Mother Hashes of South India


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http://www.nhatranghash.com

NEWSFLASH:

On the weekend 17/18 January, 2015 - Nha Trang Hash House Harriers (NTH3) is celebrating it 100th run combined with its 2nd anniversary.    Neither milestones fall exactly on these dates… but hey its HHH and near enough is good enough!!!!!

The Committee is planning:

·       Saturday night dinner with live music

·       Sunday (morning/time to be confirmed) Run/Walk with light lunch and normal unlimited Hash Drinks to follow

Lock the weekend into your busy calendars……  its going to be fun and affordable!!!!     More details regarding price and timing to follow:

Every Sunday(except when we have a very special event)  walks & runs
register from 2.30 pm; depart 3pm

Patrick Wine Bar
3/3 Tran Quang Khai Street
Nha Trang

BUM BAGS                              …… 150,000 VND                BIG SIZES ARE NOW HERE AND THEY ARE AWESOME!!!!!!

VARIOUS T-SHIRTS                …… 150,000 VND

NASH HOUSE T-SHIRTS       …… 200,000                           SMALL AND BIG, DIFFERENT COLOURS & STYLE

NH3 BASEBALL CAPS               ….. 80,000 VND                                                            ORANGE, RED or BLACK

PATCHES                                     ….. 40,000 VND                SEW THE NTH3 LOGO ON WHATEVER YOU LIKE

Hareline – Up-Coming Runs / Walks

Run

When

Hares

Where / What

 

 

 

 

96

Sunday 30 November

GOOD TO GO knows who the HARES are

Mediumfitness level required.

Beautiful countryside. gardens, rivers, hills,

Mixture of on-road/off-road, walking or running. Ability to complete Approximately 7 km distance in 1.5 hours. Wear strong walking/running shoes and clothes for exercising, hat – NO high-heels.  Hint!!....Bring change of shoes and clothes to change into after the run... just in case you get wet, muddy and/or dusty…… get the picture!!!????

97

Sunday 7 December

DOSAGE and FKW... Maybe RABBIT

Say Hello to the gorgeous GOOD TO GO.    She will help you to commence your career as a HASH HARE.  If you are an experienced HARE wanting to book a run, then GOOD TO GO is waiting for you!!!!!!!!!

 

 

This could be YOU!!!!!!!

Say Hello to the gorgeous GOOD TO GO.    She will help you to commence your career as a HASH HARE.  If you are an experienced HARE wanting to book a run, then GOOD TO GO is waiting for you!!!!!!!!!

You Too Can be a HARE…..speak with the Trail Mistress -  GOOD TO GO

                          

How Much Does It Cost?

Run / Walk and Drinks / Snacks at Circle

Expats and other foreigners:   120,000 VND

Local Vietnamese:                    60,000 VND

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Nha Trang H3 Combined 100th Run and 2nd Anniversary

FUN and AFFORDABLE

- Saturday night 17th January - Dinner then live music and dancing

- Sunday 18th January 2014- Time to be confirmed -  Run/Walk followed by light lunch and Hash drinks.

Pricing and more details to follow soon!

 

RUN 95

52 Hashers braved this event.

Let’s face it; Good to Go, the hare-raiser really should have known better! How on earth did she come to allow Till Fingerer and Booty Call to set the hash together again?  Regulars will recall their previous debacle where they started the trail across a treacherous ravine swollen with water from the recent monsoon and were surprised when the bus driver refused to risk life and limb to take us there.  Add to that the fact that they have recently ’come out ’as being in love and the scene is set for disaster!

In fairness, at least on this occasion we were able to get to the start point. This time the hares had decided that the good point for a starting circle was the middle of a three way intersection with motor-bikes buzzing us from all directions. Little were we to realise that being buzzed by motor bikes would, in fact be the theme for this week’s Hash. Booty Call made a valiant attempt to impart instructions for following the trail although he was somewhat hampered by having no chalk or paper to demonstrate. He made the best of a bad job by scratching an arrow in the dirt with his fingernail and shredding a rather manky looking tissue which he produced from the front of his shorts. Till Fingerer translated into Vietnamese and then scolded Booty Call soundly for not having disposed of the tissue as clinical waste. However, once they realised that everyone had become more concerned with dodging motor bikes than listening to anything  they had to say, the ON ON was called.

Walkers went left and runners steamed away to the right and off into the far distance. The walking route took us along a busy thoroughfare with locals selling their wares by the street side and various dogs, kids and motor cycles sharing the remainder of the street with the hashers, most of whom were now in fear of their lives. After a while, we reached the rickety bridge, again shared with motor cyles angrily hooting at the poor Hashers. So bad did the situation become that several hashers leapt into the river in order to prevent their days ending as Vietnamese road kill!

Once over the bridge, things calmed down a little and Hashers were able to relax and enjoy the riverside walk with only occasional need to jump into the hedge. As the walkers wandered along the riverside, they became aware of that unmistakable stench that haunts every Hash. Yes, the runners were approaching from the rear. Dripping with sweat, blood, tears and various other bodily fluids, the runners trudged past the walkers on a haze of flies, dung beetles and the occasional scarab beetle. Over the railway, a quick hairpin right and soon we all came to the drink stop. Welcome relief for all, as the day had turned out to be surprisingly hot.

After an enjoyable rest, the Hashers set off again, this time free of all traffic, in fact not just free of traffic but free of life as we climbed up through an extensive graveyard. Most Hashers took the time to book a spot as they realised that the second half of the run was likely to as fraught with danger as the first half. And they were not wrong. We descended down a steep path from the graveyard into a village and then onto the Thap Ba road where motor cycles were joined by cars, taxis, vans, trucks, lorries, buses, coaches and the occasional pantechnicon. For a couple of miles intrepid hashers again took on the traffic and, miraculously, all got through unscathed. A sharp left took us up a hem above the main road north out of Nha Trang with another welcome opportunity to relax. Not for long though! Soon we emerged onto the main road and all enjoyed a game of chicken as we followed the ever-diminishing arrows towards the beach. Finally, we emerged onto the beach road to the welcome sight of the bus and the bus driver arguing with a Very Important Man In Uniform about or right to park in a space designed to hold the entire Pegas bus fleet.

Several Hashers were seen to kiss the ground as they arrived although it was uncertain whether they were thanking their God for deliverance or just stumbling drunk after the drink stop. In accordance with Hash tradition whistles were wetted and salad and baguette consumed. A vague circle formed round the bag of ice and the hares were duly chastised for their shitty run. Newcomers were welcomed, leavers were given a rousing ‘fuck off’ and various miscreants were iced for crimes including private parties and being French.

With night drawing in, enough was enough and the weary Hashers packed the eskies onto the bus before adjourning to the Watering Hole where the Hash Diehards looked each other in the eyes and asked, silently, ‘Why the fuck do we bother..?’ ON ON...

 

     Grand Master

Grand Mistress

Stand in Grand Master

Stand in Grand Mistress

Dingo

Honey Trap

Cunstabble Pantless

Dosage

Dave Lowe

Chiquita Mossman

Rick

Maureen Daniels

0168-448 7873

0169-782 9745

 

094-896 1726

 

Religious Advisor

Sandy Crack
Stray Cat

Steve Stackhouse
Alex Myers

0164-867 7580
0122-678 5330

Hash Trash / Scribe / H’dasher

Dosage

Maureen Daniels

094-896 1726

Hash Cash

Dick Fromage
Andy Capp

Michel Peltz
Darcy Phelps

097-742 7380
0126-420 7945

Brew Master

Stand in Brew Master

Andy Capp

Dingo/Arse Doctor

Darcy Phelps

0126-420 7945

Hash Softy

NO INTEREST + Andy Capp

Giang Trinh

 

Trail Master / Hare Razor

Good to Go

Mai

0122-546 8948

Hash IT / Geek

Knob Doctor

Greg Scragg

0126-767 7494

Hash Crash

Floater

Chau Ngo Anh Nhan

0166-943 1737

Hash Food

Pickle Dick + Mirror

Troim + Leenu Treumuth

0167-412 3926

Hash Flashes

Sandy Crack


Steve Stackhouse


0164-867 7580

Hash Cop

Cheap Date

Tanya

0164-813 6915

 

Hash Environment

Just “Khanh”

Khanh

 

Choir Master

Arse Doctor

Harold Mossman

0163-861 4872

Hash PR

Sandy Crack

Steve Stackhouse

0164-867 7580

Hash Welcome

Honey Trap
Arse Doctor

Chiquita Mossmann
Harold Mossmann


0163-861 4872

Hash List

Cheap Date

Tanya

0164-813 6915

 

Disclaimer: By agreeing to take part in Nha Trang Hash House Harriers activity you are, by definition, an irresponsible moron with a drastically reduced number of brain cells. On the basis that even you must have occasional moments of lucidity and are of at least a half-way sound mind, you must understand that the MisManagement Committee, consisting of members who are at least as irresponsible as you, will accept no liability for anything (and we mean ANYTHING!) happening to you during the course of this event. Death, disability, disfigurement, animal attacks, disease (sexually, zoologically transmitted or otherwise) and any other disasters that may befall your dumb ass are your problem, not ours.

Hashing, especially as practiced by Hashers, is a dangerous pastime, and you do it entirely at your own risk. But then you knew that already, and you've somehow survived this far, against the odds.

You acknowledge that you are a legal adult and can hurt yourself if you like.

You are also reminded that excessive consumption of alcohol may impair your vision, hamper your ability to drive motor vehicles and operate power tools and adversely affect your ability to walk and talk. It may even render you comatose and lead you to fall asleep in some unlikely places. You may find yourself suddenly and unexpectedly attracted to members of the opposite sex, some who may prove to be exceptionally unattractive, or even of the same sex, when you wake up next to them the following morning.

You acknowledge that you are a legal adult and can hurt yourself if you like.

This event is also guaranteed to cause you to recount jokes that no-one else finds even the least bit amusing, and otherwise bore the pants off anyone who is not as drunk/pissed as you are. Do also remember that anything lewd, bizarre or stupid that you say or do during the hash, whether under the influence of alcohol or otherwise, will almost certainly be recorded on tape, camera, video or some form of digital media and may be used to blackmail and/or ridicule you for the rest of your life. You are responsible for your own actions and will not hold NTH3, or for that matter the activity of hashing accountable.

Don’t say you haven’t been warned!

NTH3 MisManagement

 

 

panasiapondyUpdates are Here!

We are up and running! Please see the list of updates below.

More info: http://panasiapondy.com

Hello again Pan Philippine Nash Hashers,

 

We now have over 120 hashers signed up for this prestigious event and the rate of sign-ups is increasing rapidly as we approach the end of the year. We estimate that the final number will be around 200. Our policy for now is ‘the more the merrier’ so please encourage your friends to sign up too before the rate increases on 31 December and we have to commit to a final number for the catering contracts.

 

Venues

All of the venues associated with the event have now been finalized and are as follows:

Date

Venue

Function

Wed. Thur. Fri. 18/19/20 March

Brass Knob bar/restaurant, A.C.

Registration, information & goody bags

Thur. 19 March

Stotsenberg hotel, Clark Air Base

On home

Fri. 20 March

Josefaville 2 Community Center* A.C.

On home

Sat. 21 March

Centennial Park,

Clark Air Base*

On home for recovery run/walk brunch

*Both of these events will be catered out by Brettos restaurant & deli, Angeles.

A detailed timetable for these events will be issued a bit nearer the date.

Local hashers will be familiar with both the Stotsenberg hotel and Brettos restaurant & deli. The Stotsenberg is a large, quality hotel on the Base and we have negotiated a good deal with them to provide a buffet dinner for us on the Thursday evening. They have allocated us a large grassy area at the rear of the hotel which includes an obstacle course for those who have any energy left after the runs.

 

Brettos have been selected as the outside caterers for the Friday evening and Saturday lunchtime on-homes. They have an excellent reputation as a high-class deli and provided us with a good range of menus from which we have selected the food for these two days. Friday evening will be a BBQ meal by the pool in Josefaville 2 sub-div. community center and Saturday brunch will be from a selection of breakfast menus catered out at the Centennial Park on Base.

Transport will be available at regular intervals to take hashers back into the center of Angeles.

 

Goody Bags

A lot of thought and effort has gone into the selection of items for the goody bags and these are now in production with a quality manufacturer in Dagupan, northern Luzon.

 

Trails

The trails for the Thursday runs will be in the hills around Malasa, a small village about 25 km north-west of Angeles and a satellite of barrio DapDap. There will be a ball-breaker run of around 20 km and then medium and short trails that will feed onto the ball-breaker trail, so that they all finish at the same point.

The Friday trails will be in the hills around Porac, a small town around 20 km south-west of Angeles. There will be long, medium and short trails which will all finish at the same location so that there can be a joint circle, as with Thursday’s run. 

The recovery run/walk on Saturday morning will be on Base near the Parade Ground and will finish in Centennial Park where Brettos will be catering the brunch.


 

Transport

Jeepneys will be the main form of personnel transport for the event and Subic Bay H3 have kindly offered the use of their flat-bed truck and large cool boxes for transportation of beverages.

 

Red Dress Run

At the time of writing we already have 53 hashers signed up for the Red Dress Run, so we’ll probably end up with more than 80. No lesser hasher than Proposition has kindly volunteered to lead this event and I understand he can’t wait to show off his new 8”high-heel boots. We are now approaching a number of local bar owners seeking sponsorship for the two charities we are supporting with the proceeds of the run.

 

Associated Events

First, a correction to our last update, instead of the men-only, Wolf Pack run that was planned for the evening of Wednesday 18 March, Wild Wolf/Proposition is now arranging a 4-day hash bash in Puerto Galera the week after the Pan Philippines Nash Hash 2015. Full details may be found here: www.hash2015.com

For the hike to the top of Mount Arayat on Wednesday 18 March, Jeepneys will leave Angeles at 10 00 hrs. The departure location will be advised later. It takes about 45 minutes to get to the start point of the hike and about 2 hours to hike to the top. This is a fairly onerous hike and participants need to be reasonably fit.

On Sunday 22 March Angeles City Hash will be doing their normal run, start time 2:30 PM from Margarita Station, and on Monday 23 March Subic Bay Hash will be doing theirs, see here for info. http://subicbayhash.homestead.com/

 

Detailed Program

A further update with a more detailed program will follow in the next couple of months. The details will also appear on the ACH3 website, which can be found here: http://angeles-hash.com/under the “2015 Pan Philippines Nash Hash” banner. Meanwhile encourage your friends to sign up before it’s too late to participate in this magnificent event!

 

On On,

 

Pussy Licker,

Pan Philippines Nash Hash 2015 Mismanagement Committee.

 

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