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... needed to be recognised and the people of this village remembered. To preserve the memory of this drama the martyr village of Oradour sur Glane has been preserved in the same state since 1944. We wandered through the village and it is a sad place to be. In the cemetery you find many of the men, women and children who died on that day buried here. It was sobering to see and everyone was very quiet as they walked the streets. The germans were going to try the men ...
I have stayed at three different places over the last 10 days, the first two being not particularly exciting, however I have had a number of brief encounters with plants, animals and humans which have livened up things.
After Carcassonne I wanted to visit the city of Albi which was also involved in the Cathar wars, I don't know much about the wars apart from what I have read in a novel but I am quite interested. My first stop was another Dutch owned site ...
... that would be on our route today until our destination.
Hiking in the rain and when it’s warm outside is not very comfortable. Within two hours, I was soaked even through my rain gear. My shoes, my pants, my shirt were all soaked through and were so for the entire hike. Despite the five hours of rain on a six hour hike, it was very beautiful. We hiked through national forests the entire way and even the rain could not dampen the sights (well, ...
... half of the hike was much hillier and more challenging, though we passed some large interesting houses and countryside. It wasn't very shaded, but it was still interesting scenery to walk through. Every climb up means that you also get a view of the valley, which is usually always worth the hike up.
When we were about 8km from our destination we missed a trailhead from the road and walked about 2km in the wrong direction. The ...
... br> lengths to prove to us how worldly they were. They had lived in France for
eight years, and when the woman slipped and called America “home”, she then
explained for ten minutes how America was not actually her home; France was her
home. Dinner conversation was interesting. The woman of the house spoke nearly
the entire time, and seemed not at all interested in what anybody else had to
say. She wanted to tell us about all ...