B&B Chateauroux 1
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... only as a relay tower between the towers of Crozant and Eguzon. At this time it had a wooden drawbridge and a wide, deep moat. In the 17th century, it became a home. The moat was reduced in width, and the drawbridge was replaced with a bridge of stone. Yet, in between the 18th and 19th century, it became a simple agricultural home, and when it was bought in 1906, it had nearly been in ruins. At this point, 110 ...
... as we could not find a place to stay in Gargilesse, our only option would have been to walk 30+km to Eguzon. Considering the hilly terrain, this would have been extremely difficult. So, we accepted the ride. What we did not know is that our hosts wanted to make a long detour to show us their summer house. We wound up and down the narrow roads for over half an hour. Prone to motion sickness, I was absolutely nauseous by the end of the ride and I ...
... for an hour discussing the contents of his gallery before escorting us back to his home. Once inside, he kept us talking while standing at the door for another half an hour. At this point, we hadn’t sat down since our walk nor taken off our shoes, and all I could think about it how much I wanted to be offered some cold water and a chair. As soon as I could do so politely, I excused myself to my room, where I took a long nap before dinner.
... walked to as a group. The church had very little that interested me, but my companions sang their pilgrim song for our hosts. After our foray to the church, we all had dinner with our hosts and the other pilgrims, and we shared a bit of our lives with them. It was a warm pilgrim welcome and a filling dinner. I ended the day in a much better mood than when it began.
Total distance walked today: 23km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... to have made friends on the trail.
I was thinking a lot today about how this trip has given me
a new appreciation for the hardships of my students. Before now, I knew how
difficult it is to learn another language. French has never come easily to me,
and I struggled through every year of class that I had. Whatever it is that
allows some people to pick up languages easily, I don’t have it. I feel like I
know so little, and yet everything ...