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What pastimes will you indulge in on tour?
There's plenty of dead time during an overseas series. Apart from tweeting inanities, how will you spend it?
On your rest day, you will:
Start a fantasy league with your team-mates
Lower the blinds and stay in bed
Go on a safari
If you get to pick the place for a team dinner, you will:
Choose a sports bar that shows EPL games
Eat at place where you have to first catch your dinner
Eat at the team hotel
How will you entertain yourself at a boring reception for the team?
Get on stage and do impressions of cricketers to entertain the guests
Fake sickness and leave early
Play multi-player games on the phone
How do you spend your time while waiting at airports?
In a ring of security guards
Placing bets on the races back home
Singing "We Are the World" with passengers from different countries
What about on flights?
Playing Addicta-Kicks Pro app
Asking to have a look inside the cockpit
Sleeping under blankets
What's your favourite accessory when stepping out in a city while on tour?
A charming local companion
Fake beard and dark glasses
A Game Boy
What do you say when asked to attend an event to interact with fans?
"My contract forbids it"
"Sure, I have a Skype account"
"Awesome. Let's get there in a jetpack flying squirrel suit"
What do you like to shop for when abroad?
The high of experiencing a new culture
Wraparound deep-immersion goggles
What food do you like to eat on tour?
Anything room service can get you
Baked beans and marmite
Anything that isn't available back home
If, while travelling in the team bus, you pass a mob of supporters, what do you do?
Take photos and tweet them, thanking the fans for their support away from home
Stop the bus to interact with them
Draw the curtains and duck to avoid the stone-throwing
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