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Again a chilly morning, and we started cycling along the banks of the Soane river. Very pretty. Farmland with Charilais cattle. Lunch was a picnic on the banks of the Soane. Lovely setting. After lunch we followed the banks of the river for several kms, sometimes quite rough terrain. Crossed the Soane into the Beajolais region and a longish hill climb to our village of Blase. Very average dinner at a local ...
... and stopped at a small village for lunch. Arrived at Chatillon sur Charlarone mid afternoon and wandered around the medieval village full of pretty flowers. Very hot by this time, although the cycling temps were quite reasonable. Dinner was at our lovely hotel which was in part of the old ...
... the description of how many more people are starving in Croatia now that they've joined the EU. Or that was one of our group members' perception of things at any rate. Croatia sounded really interesting (and it's where I'm going next!) because they are really, really corrupt there. And what that means is that no matter how well you do in school or on tests or just smart in general, if you don't have the right political connections, you can't get any good jobs. ...
... I needed an apology that would never come - how can someone apologise for something they don't feel is an error? Having seen this, I could see I could never let go of my anger unless I stopped needing the apology. And so, the relationship had to change, otherwise I would continue with this anger in my heart. So it did change. And at last I was able to forgive, but certainly not through my own will power, but rather through admitting I couldn't control that feeling, and ...
... and spent the morning searching for famed went in search of the elusive Traboules of Lyon.
The Traboules hidden passageways through buildings which lead from the top of the hill in Lyon to the river. The Traboules were originally used by silk workers to transport goods in bad weather. They were later used to avoid Nazis during World War 2.
We had a French map and directions and set off. It was kind of like a treasure ...