Manor de Boisvilliers
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... Battery absolutely flat. Fortunately, Jim was around and lent us his charger. 18 hours later, it was fine. Just needed a wash before its service and MOT on Monday.
And when I plugged in the boiler, it went phut! The fuse had blown. Replaced fuse, but no joy. Phone call to Kevin Welling - it's becoming an annual event - and he diagnosed that the fan had given up due to not being used. 5 day wait before we get hot water and heating. It's a good job it's not that ...
... money. So lucky to get a great photo.
Day 4 - A quick 1 hour walk up the side of a mountain (coz there are no buses, and were too tight to take a taxi) and we are at Montefioralle, a very small old fortified town still retaining most of its character and history. We had booked a private dinner at an old Italian couple's home within the fort which was hosted by a French speaking Kiwi scientist who gave us a brief history etc of the town and local area. ...
... 8:30am to my new companions, and this was not early enough for me on such a hot day. The walk also had very few pretty sites, which was a letdown after the past few days of very beautiful walks. We passed field after field of cows. We walked as a group of four: the couple, a woman they met on the trail to Crozant, and myself.
I also confirmed today that I am a legend. Today, we passed four other pilgrims who, before I could ...
This morning was a sad morning, as I parted with my companions. I am so glad that I had the opportunity to walk with them. They have had a lot of experience on the trail, and they shared that with me. They were also essential in helping me further my French and secure lodgings each night. I am not sure that I would have continued this far if I had not met them. I consider myself very lucky. Now that they have left, fear not, I am not alone. ...
... having refreshments, we meet, two Dutch ladies, taking refreshment in a café.
Being a gentleman, I will not say elderly, but, I doubt they will see 60 again, who are walking the Pilgrim Route, from Holland to St Jacques Compestelle.
Now, we ...