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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 ...
... webs in the lid of the bowl. I did not take any sugar with my dirt tea. The hosts were quite nice to us, and they even provided me with an adapter for my laptop cord when I found that I had lost mine. But all the kindness in the world doesn't make up for sleeping in dirty sheets and eating food from a kitchen that had never seen bleach.
After breakfast, our hosts drove us to Gargilesse, which was about 16km away. We had been determined to ...
... much older. They both had ancient towers that looked to be from the 15th century, surrounded by constructions from the 17th centuries. Both of these were also hotels now, and it was too bad that we couldn’t get closer. This is how I pictured the French countryside, and I was glad to see that there were spots that existed as I had imagined them. I hope I have more trails like this to look forward to.
... a French Walmart) where I was able to get a smoothie for breakfast and a delicious salad to carry for lunch. After that, I felt a lot better about the day’s prospects even if it was going to be a hot day.
We got lost three times today. Well, we weren’t really lost, but we had to backtrack a bit. The first time, we walked right past the sign and didn’t notice. Then, when we came to the road, we knew that we had taken the wrong ...
... of being one of the (many) prettiest villages in France.
This turns into a real adventure.
After a few miles, we find the road to Gargilesse-Dampierre is closed for repairs.
In true French fashion, there is a large sign saying ...