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Today, we parted with our fourth companion. He had once been determined to walk to Compostella, then only la Souterraine, and now he leaves two days before we would arrive at Souterraine. He was a kind companion, and we are sad to see him leave the trail so soon. He has his own personal reasons, and we hope that his decision helps to make him happy. It's also really too bad because today, he missed what was by far the most beautiful stage ...
... kind, but the surroundings are so filthy that you don’t want to touch anything. It also tends to be that the most expensive lodgings are the least welcoming, while those who ask for little, give a lot. Good or bad, I have many valuable experiences that have opened me to both the graciousness of some and the meanness of others, and, in a way, I am thankful for both.
Total distance walked today: 16km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... hike, we arrived in Saint Marcel, a small but beautiful village. Our hosts were not quite ready to greet us, so we walked on to the local church, which was Romanesque in origins. I am intrigued by this church and I would like to research it further in the future, if I can find some more information. The portal carvings were very interesting. If I had seen them in isolation, I would have sworn that they were Hiberno-Saxon. There were Celtic knots ...
... the town had literally been 30 feet from where we had met the two women. There’s something about walking back that just seems to take ten times longer. It wasn’t terrible, but it’s never fun missing the trail!
I had a bit of a hard time today because it was so hot. I know that as I go further south and it gets later into summer that I will have an even harder time. I have never been able to tolerate the heat, and my ...
... to be more accustomed to American culture than that of their home
countries. But now, many of them remember very well their lives back home. I
really feel for them, and I can’t imagine what these experiences would be like
at such a young age, when one’s coping mechanisms are still very delicate.
Anyway…back to the trail…
We made frequent stops along the trail today due to the
difficulty of the route and heat. My ...