Au Relais de Vouzeron
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... and Skottish style roves. The town has added Scottish street art and the town has a distinctive different atmosphere and feel to it. The town also has a Scottish festival and a Scottish band. We returned travelling towards Borges before turning towards Sancere to travel through different country and travelled through natural forest land that is being logged for ...
... how P and H deliver abundantly to the lives of those they deal
with- think of a rather bland soup
mixture , then add Pea and Ham. What difference that makes.
The word ENTREPRENEUR has been much sullied by an ignorant and semi illiterate press in recent decades. Often we have seen the Skases and Bonds of the world referred to as entrepreneur or maybe failed entrepreneur- when in fact the words like lazy, ...
... of rum in the cake.
The women who run these private pilgrim refuges have, for the most part, been wonderful hostesses. There’s really a difference between those who do it out of a wish to make a pilgrim’s hike a little more comfortable, and those who are trying to make money off of us. Tonight, we were welcomed, fed, and cleaned as well as anyone could hope for!
Total distance walked today: 17km
Total distance walked on pilgrimage: 248km
... that they don’t eat well. I am really starting to enjoy French butter…mmm. The couple of the house were very welcoming, and I appreciated being invited to eat with them.
After breakfast, we began the walk to Issoudun, which sounds like a place hobbits march through on the road to Mordor. It was 10km from Villeneauve-sur-Cher to the closest town, Charost, where we were happily surprised to find a café open on Pentecost. We sipped some tea ...
... bakery that had beautiful fruit tarts in the window. My companions said that is traditional in France to have a cake on Sundays, so we all agreed to split the price of a large fruit tart. We then walked to the local church and had our grand lunch on the stairs. Salad, pasta, roast chicken, boiled eggs, cheese, and fruit tart. It was hardly a pilgrim’s lunch! The weather was nice, and it was by far the highlight of the day.