Citotel Les Alizes
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Day 32 –
So, I totally invited myself to walk with the two Dutch men,
who agreed to take me along, warning me that they walk quickly and far. I proudly
said, “Don’t worry, I walk quickly too!” I have now changed my mind. They walk
quickly, and I do not. It was a real challenge keeping up with them. It’s like
running while still walking. It was also very hot today, and it was a real
challenge keeping up ...
Day 31 -
I did not sleep at all last night, which meant that I woke up very sore from the day before. It's amazing how if you sleep well, the previous day’s walking is forgotten. But, if you don’t sleep well, you feel every kilometer. The room was very hot and had no window, just a moon roof which the mosquitos used as an entry. All night long I could hear them buzzing around me, swooping in for their meal on my pasty white skin. Not only ...
... the gardens in hopes of a cooler evening. This turned out to be the right choice. Not only were the gardens beautiful at sunset, but the weather turned to a perfect 75 with a light breeze. My camera died in the middle of taking photos; otherwise, I may never have stopped taking photos of this magnificent garden. I thoroughly enjoyed all my sightseeing today!
Total distance walked today: 15km (then took 11 by the train)
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... up too soon. Like most pizza places here, they did not deliver.
At about 3pm, my companions arrived and heartily thanked me for the sign I had left. When the hostess found out that I was traveling with French people, she became much nicer to me. I think she had been worried that she was going to host a group of young Americans when I spoke of my three friends. At this point, I was offered a cold beverage and greeted much more warmly.
By time dinner came around, ...
... bit of noise, and he ran in the opposite direction. It was pretty cool to see some wild life.
Today, my left foot was killing me. For the past two weeks, the pain has been slowly growing. It felt like the arch support in my shoe was hitting in the wrong spot. What began as a mild annoyance grew to pain, and it felt like I was walking on a golf ball. So, a few km into my walk today, I sat down on the trail and ripped the insole from my show. It was so ...