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Today, we parted with our fourth companion. He had once been determined to walk to Compostella, then only la Souterraine, and now he leaves two days before we would arrive at Souterraine. He was a kind companion, and we are sad to see him leave the trail so soon. He has his own personal reasons, and we hope that his decision helps to make him happy. It's also really too bad because today, he missed what was by far the most beautiful stage ...
Day 23 –
In the morning, we had breakfast with our hosts in less than sanitary conditions. I may have already mentioned the unpleasant conversations during dinner the night before, but what I did not mention was the absolutely filthiness of the home. I cannot imagine charging people to stay in a home so dirty. I am not exaggerating at all. The house looked like it had been in a constant state of repair over the past 40 years, and none of it ...
... pilgrimage route. He said there was no meditation in it, no beauty, no purpose. When my companions disagreed and tried to explain their viewpoint, he steamrolled over them. It did not make for very delightful dinner conversation, and the dinner went quite long. After the third hour, I just started to tune out the talking and dream of the comfortable bed waiting for me upstairs.
By the end of the endless dinner, I was completely fatigued. I ...
I started off the day in a bit of a bad mood. I didn't get much sleep the night before, and I didn’t get to have breakfast. When my male companion and I left our unsatisfactory lodgings in the morning, all the stores and shops were closed, including the Mc Donald’s. The idea of foregoing breakfast with a full day of walking ahead did not please me. However, we were lucky. About 3km into our walk, we passed a giant ...
... to be more accustomed to American culture than that of their home
countries. But now, many of them remember very well their lives back home. I
really feel for them, and I can’t imagine what these experiences would be like
at such a young age, when one’s coping mechanisms are still very delicate.
Anyway…back to the trail…
We made frequent stops along the trail today due to the
difficulty of the route and heat. My ...