Le Pre Bossu
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... Once fuelled we head off again on our way to Le Puy and fairly uneventful trip until we got to Le Puy. Having a few hours to spare before we head to the B and B we decide to spend some time in the city of Le Puy. Now I don't recommend going through red lights in any situation but if you inadvertently do then ensure that the gendarmes aren't in the car immediately behind you.... The blue lights go on and the car pulls up along side ours and gestures for us ...
... the official opening was followed by a parade past the town hall and many camps were set up in small squares around the town and in the main gardens. On the Thursday morning a market was being set up and many school groups were coming through to look at the sights, participate in medieval games, and generally having ...
... meals, owing to the fresh French ingredients on offer.
After our long rest we have decided to bomb it through central france so that we can spend another two nights somewhere nice and can set up a bit of a proper camp. We have also booked our ferry from Cherbourg on Friday, so we now have somewhere (and some when) to head for.
Daniel & Christina.
... first European Cultural route by the Council of Europe in October 1987 and in the same year the famous author Paulo Coelho (who wrote The Alchemist) released his first book “The Pilgrimage” about his experiences on “The Way”. Just recently I've been told a movie with Martin Sheen called “The Way” has been released so the walk should become very popular in the future. I’m glad ...
... and gear. I tell you how indescribable the feeling is to be completely free! Putting away all the burden
that was attached to me. Letting it go. Breathe again, the air of freedom, the spirit, the breath of God.
In my mind I am already on my way. The only thing I have to do is be patient to leave at the right time.
God be with me.
Be all blessed ✞