Complexe Saubusse Thermal
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It was a challenging walk today, but luckily my foot was doing much better. I was able to handle the hills and rocky trails very well. This trail would have been nearly impossible for me two days ago. For most of the day we were right behind the three guys from the night before, and when they stopped for breaks, we would run into them.
In a small church yard, we met them and three other pilgrims. We sat at the picnic tables together where we ate ...
... in our refuge, and that they should lodge with us.
It’s amazing the difference between this night and the last. We had such good company, and the time flew by. We sat around a picnic table in the courtyard drinking and telling stories. Nobody spoke the other person’s language perfectly. So in a mixture of English, French, German, Dutch, and a lot of hand signals, we were able to get the meaning of each other’s jokes, which were mostly ...
... have any concern at all for the others in the room. When we awoke the next morning at 6am, we found that they had left the kitchen a terrible mess, and we were forced to clean their dishes just to make our breakfast. We made sure not to be too quiet doing this. Sometimes you meet wonderful people, and sometimes, you meet people like this. I’d be glad not to meet them again. Total distance walked today: 13km Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... 14th c. wooden altar piece. Not long from our destination, we took a break in Horsarrieu at a café where we drank cool lemonade. There, we ran into three other pilgrims who sat with us. They walked just behind us on the way to Hagetmau where we ran into them again and found that we'd be sharing the refuge.
By time we got to Hagetmau, I was glad to be done walking. The pain was creeping back, and I was thankful it was such a short walk. We ...
... no border crossings, no customers, it's just like going from Camberwell to Ringwood by train! We collected our brand new Purgot lease/hire car from the airport and were on our way to our hotel. It's very exciting to have our own set of wheels now so we should be able to get around to more places now. Unfortunately it's raining on and off in Biarritz too so we didn't explore too much. The beach (of ...