Le Green Saint Lazare
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... pace. They assured me that we could stop for
breaks whenever needed, but I didn’t want to hold them back after imposing
myself upon them. They also have a very different mentality than the French
people I have been walking with. They take breaks of five or ten minutes at a
time, eating a bit of something each time, but they don’t stop for a real
lunch! They also eat a lot of sugar during the day, claiming that it is good
... but I plan to ask tomorrow if I can walk with the two Dutch men. They also like to leave very early and they walk on average 30km a day, and I think that this will be more agreeable to me.
I am happy my companions have shared their lodgings with me this far, and I thank them for their help. I also look forward to a change of pace, whether alone or with new companions.
Total distance walked today: 22km
Total distance walked during pilgrimage: ...
... having both noticed the shell on my backpack. I shared a bit of my story with them before taking leave of the café to explore the local church. Wow, I was not expecting such a spectacular construction in such a small town. I was particularly delighted by the column capitals on the porch that lead towards the round baptismal font modeled after the one in Jerusalem.
At 12:17pm I caught the train to Limoges. The Limoges train station was unexpectedly beautiful, ...
... 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 ...
As planned, I woke up at 5:15am and left the house by 6am. It was already warm, even before sunrise, signaling just how hot it was going to be today. Indeed the weather forecast predicted it would be 90 degrees, and it would hit the mid 80's by 11am. Whew!
Since this was the first time that I have walked alone since I got lost I made sure to keep my map handy and constantly keep track of my progress, checking it with the accuracy of ...