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... a thick accent. He immediately said that English would be
better for him, and we agreed that worked for us as well. As soon as he started
speaking English, I knew that he was an American. I told him I was from the US,
but he did not mention that he was an American until my companions directly
asked him. He and his wife were the first two Americans I have met since Paris.
However, they were not keen on being seen as Americans, and they went ...
... who walked more at my pace, because that would make me feel more comfortable. I truly do thank her for her advice when I was wavering. I was considering leaving because I wanted to walk alone, but I was afraid of walking alone on a poorly marked trail. And really, the only reason that I wanted to walk alone was because my companions were not walking far enough or fast enough for me taste. So, I will continue on the same trail to my goal of ...
... having both noticed the shell on my backpack. I shared a bit of my story with them before taking leave of the café to explore the local church. Wow, I was not expecting such a spectacular construction in such a small town. I was particularly delighted by the column capitals on the porch that lead towards the round baptismal font modeled after the one in Jerusalem.
At 12:17pm I caught the train to Limoges. The Limoges train station was unexpectedly beautiful, ...
... me that this was indeed Organac, and that what looked like a long driveway was the road to the refuge. I thanked them for their help then stopped to write a large sign to indicate the route to my companions, and I duct-taped it to the side of the horse farm’s stables.
Ten minutes later, I arrive at a beautiful farm house. It was only 10am, and I knew my hosts would not be expecting me so early. So, when I knocked on the door and received no response, I walked a ...
... anything for dinner nor for breakfast and lunch for the next day. The only option was going to be to wait until 8:30am the next morning when the store would supposedly open again. So, I talked to the woman at my gite and bought some things from her kitchen. My companions and I pooled together what we had, and between us, we had a dinner of pasta, bread, cheese, and fruit cocktail. I also bought a box of tabbouleh which I made for lunch tomorrow. I definitely ...