Beef jerkey is so expensive for how much you get in NZ! I've only got one big bag - I did have protein powder with me but it's running out pretty quick.
I asked about milk because it's never in short supply - you can get 2litre bottles pretty much wherever you are. I don't intend to carry a dairy on my back like some of you suggested. Use some common sense before you type next time!
Prof X: At the moment im not walking that much. I'm following the rugby tour - the travelling starts in a couple of weeks. I was sitting on a coach for 11 hours the other day to get from Auckland in Wellington in time for the rugby game. Same again in the other direction soon so I think that 3000 calories is ample for these days. I'm not afraid to go up to 6000 calories on the busy days in a few weeks though - I'm 210 pounds, 6"2, 20 years old.
There are computers pretty much everywhere nowadays - I'm not travelling around a cybercafe or whatever one of you said. Again, use some common sense before you type.
I was just concerned about milk making my fat because the message nowadays is that body composition depends much quite a bit on what you eat and when you eat it rather than just how much of something you eat. I wondered if walking around with high insulin levels all day would make me add a bit of fat - I didnt think it was that bad a question.
I'm off to the street parties outside - countdown to kickoff is on!
All the best