Habitation Grande Anse
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... the point. If you just blaze through every town, what do you even get to see?
Outside of Thiviers, we hiked for about 45min when we came upon a bench in the shade that overlooked a small valley. We stopped here to eat our lunches, and it was the perfect setting. It's rare that you can find such a nice spot for lunch without looking for it. During lunch and then our walk, we had many pleasant conversations and got to know each other better. ...
I took nearly no pictures today because my camera was out of
batteries. We walked mostly through farm lands with a lot of cows. It was hot (about
87 degrees) and there was very little shade. This is not my favorite scenery or
weather to walk through.
When we finally arrived in the town of our destination, la
Coquille, we were totally beat. We knew that our lodgings were across from the
church, but we couldn’t see a ...
... the trail a few days before (“You must be the tall American girl who walked 52km in one day”) then shared lodgings with the night before in Limoges. It’s really neat how I can run into so many people that I “know”. Being a pilgrim really forces me to meet new people, which is something that I usually avoid.
After dinner, I found myself questioning whether or not I should continue on the same trail. I have heard people ...
... I didn't really know what to do with myself, so I window-shopped at the many porcelain shops in the city. Limoges is famous for its porcelain, and there are dealers everywhere selling it in varying quality. I also stopped at the grocery to buy ingredients to make dinner for myself and my companions.
After dinner, the sun was about an hour from setting, and I decided to visit the large gardens behind the cathedral. It had been so hot earlier in the day, that I ...
... the farm before settling myself at a bench out front. This was a real working farm with cows, chickens, and fields of wheat. There was a large black lab tied to the front door who put on a good show of guarding the house. However, when I crouched down low and offered her my hand, she sniffed and ceased barking. I noticed that she was shedding her winter coat and was in desperate need of a grooming. So for the next half an hour, I plucked her fur and we became best friends. When the ...