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... water, wrapped in a sheet! Then we collected our small bottles of Lourdes water. The atmosphere is quiet. Lots of folk like us, just walking around and looking. Walked across the bridge into the town- souvenir shops everywhere, and tourists too. Had a not very French lunch. Then walked back to look at the St. Pius Xth Underground basilica. Some say that it is like an underground car park, but how wrong. Magnificent ...
... As for your average Colombian! Friendly, outgoing and hoping and working for a brighter future. Those we met were more than willing to help out if they could. Definitely,
when we think of Colombia, we will remember the people. And have I mentioned
the women people? The Colombian woman has STYLE.
Although not on our planned itinerary, we now find ourselves in the Britain and Europe. The UK is as different to Colombia as chalk is to ...
... fits and was
having his Polyps looked at, all this while making calls on his mobile and
driving a 130,000€ truck. We were amazed that we got back in one piece. As I
write, we are still waiting for the delivery of the fuel pump from the UK for
£60 as it circumnavigates France courtesy of Chronopost once more. It
eventually arrived 3 weeks later at Bagneres post office and once received,
Stefan discovered that the problem was a ...
... and reminders were broadcast to the gathering throng. Intimidating? Just enough to get the heart rate up and tell you that it is time for another pee. There was a constant coming and going to the public washrooms on the edge of the square.
What to wear? How cold will it be at the top? Is the sun going to come out or might it rain? How hard should I go at the start? What power can I sustain for one and half to two hours? My legs are very sore and fell like cement. ...
... life of Christ. A wax copy Leonardo da Vinci's Last Supper will stay with me forever. Despite my scepticism, the wax models were very realistic and the commentary was reasonable . . . could have been worse!
I was keen to walk the Way of the Cross. I may not have been if I had known it meandered around yet another large hill with a rocky track . . . .I suppose it is the Way of the Cross. There was thunder, lightning, exhaustion and ...