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... us that by the road, we were 2km from our destination. But, being that it was boiling hot outside, we decided to take the trail which was supposed to be 3km. We ran into two local women on the trail who told us to take it to the very end then turn right. We walked nearly 4km, and when we hadn’t yet reached the end of the trail, we checked the GPS and saw that we had missed the correct trail by 2km. When we backtracked, we found that the correct ...
After breakfast with our gracious host, we rejoined with our
fourth companion and again began our walk. Today was difficult for me because
it was very sunny, and I have never done well in the sun. It just absolutely
fatigues me, and I felt every kilometer in its blazing rays. From the small
village of Neuvy-Pailloux, we walked to the large town of Chateauroux. Walking
to large towns is always a mixed bag. I know that there will be plenty ...
... But before dinner, she invited us to tour the local church. What an usual church it is! Half of it is a new construction, dating from the 1950’s and looks like any small church in the US. The other half of the church looks much older, with a large stone bell tower. She explained that parts of the church date from the 10th century, reinforced in the 12th c, revamped in the 16th century, partly destroyed during the world ...
"Sur le chemin spiritual, il ne faut rien chercher qui serait extraordinaire. L'extraordinaire est dans la profondeur de l’ordinaire!" –Karlfried Graf Durkheim
Last night when the kind lady drove me to the chateau, she invited me to breakfast with her family and my other companions. So my morning began by eating another excellent French breakfast. It doesn’t seem like French people ever eat hot breakfasts, but that ...
... 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.