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... of Mysteries of the Rosary. Then we went down to the grotto, actual site of the apparitions. Folk lined up to touch the walls, worn smooth by millions of fingers; water trickling out of the rock; a statue of Mary and a huge candle holder. Then we looked at the candles, held in huge barrow-like structures. They burn hundreds of tonnes of wax every year. Next we saw folk lining up for their turn in the baths. You can be immersed ...
... roads, depressing (even in summer), pay and park everywhere, and I believe there is even a **** tax these days. The place is just covered with litter with
roadsides, car parks, public places generally, needing cleaning. And those bloody hedgerows on rural roads. You get no view of the country side you are driving through. I could go on!!!
If you enjoy seeing the odd example of native fauna like we do, you will be disappointed. The only wildlife we saw ...
Our time on the boat ended with a bang – literally. We had
just passed the department sign of the Haute Pyrenees when the heavens opened
and the Land Rover died. Stefan was pretty sure it was the fuel pump, but we
were stuck in the middle of nowhere, stuffed to the gunnels with things off the
boat with the dog perched precariously on the top. No worries I thought, my
comprehensive insurance covers me for recovery. It does, ...
... the support vehicles, the souvenir shops and cafe. Finish!
We all gradually assemble at the top. Brian, who started ten minutes behind me, had me in his sites but couldn’t quite catch me. He had a fast time! The sun is shining, we grab a table at the cafe, some people have a beer, others a coffee or a sandwich. Letting our legs recover.
Then time to descend. A repeat of yesterday - long fast sweeping turns on smooth pavement. Through Bareges ...
... Exhausted I spent a little time in the Crypt, a church containing a relic (bone fragments) of Bernadette. Her body is buried at Nevers, where she spent the last years of her life in the monastary.
I watched the Procession for the Sick before attending mass at the Chapel of St Bernadette. This is only a fairly recent addition to the sanctuary area. The mass was celebrated in English by an Irish priest. It was a lovely celebration ...