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... American’s flip out over cups and Halloween costumes the BBC is applauding the first real election of Myanmar that had an 80% turn out and a protest against the Taliban in Afghanistan. It puts things into perspective. Yesterday, the BBC was forced to address the whole Starbucks holiday cup issue because Donald Trump talked about it. I swear they could not keep a straight face! Anyway, I won’t get into politics too much.
As I only have three more days in ...
... else I believe. It was, "“They say you die twice. One time when you stop breathing and a second time, a bit later on, when somebody says your name for the last time." I think it’s important that those who died in Oradour sur Glane never be forgotten. I want to be part of carrying that memory on, no matter how heavy it may be.
Since tomorrow is Armistice Day (end of WW1) or Veteran’s Day for you Americans, all of the churches will ...
... far in one day. So our night stop was at Chaunay. Just a huge car park in a soulless village. The only redeeming feature was the church. A beautiful old church with a magnificent window behind the altar.
The boulangerie in the square was closed on Thursdays, so a longer walk took us to another, run by a scary older woman. The facilities were interesting. Loads of electricity points, and water taps, but no sign of grey or black water dump. We used a drain for the grey ...
We had a very full, restful and encouraging Feast of Tabernacles in La Bussières France, about an hour's drive east of Poitiers. The vacation colony was quite rural; we head virtually no sounds except natural ones during our stay. Most of the buildings were new, but there is a 16th century manor-house and a stone pigeon-tower from the same period. We were 116 present.
Left Arromanches about 9.30am and drive through Bayeux onto Rennes where we lunched at the Golden Arches, purely because they had the convenience of food and toilets at the same venue.
After lunch we continued on, mostly on the motorway, however Madam Navman did lead us astray every now and then and we did drive through some small villages and countryside as we tried to skirt around the bigger cities.
Arrived at Poitiers at 4.30 pm, only 465 kms covered all up, ...