What’s the interest rate on this account? acquisto avanafil In two weeks, Kath and I are doing a walk in Sri Lanka to raise awareness of projects set up by the Laureus foundation [a charity that uses sport to promote change] in 2004, after tens of thousands of people were killed in the tsunami. My eldest daughter, Sarah, has been there for six months or so planning it, and the walk will be 160 miles in eight days. That’s not a massive distance, but it’s the elements that are going to be a problem this time. It will be 40 degrees plus and humidity will be around 98 per cent. We’ll get through a couple of pairs of trainers each because the roads are so hot that they damage the soles. You’ve got to train for those conditions, so I went to Sri Lanka about three weeks ago to start warming up and I’ll get a few more days in before the walk starts.