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03

Oct

Day 5: In Nasbinal, France

The Halfway Mark

Traveling Souls

Freddy, Pracile,Vincent and Lucile: My fellow traveling souls.

Falling Standards

Dining out for the 1st time in a week wearing long johns and wool docs with flip-flops. My standards are dropping.

Here I sit in a community gite, cheaper but the beds look iffy. My band of traveling companions and I ate excited to go out to a restaurant for dinner since this town has shops and restaurants unlike every other little hamlet we’ve passed through. Freddy is jamming on some pots and pans and life is good.

un gîte: shelter, tourist cottage
Pronunciation: [zheet]
Il pleut ; nous devons trouver un gîte. – It’s raining; we need to find shelter.
Source: About.com / Learn a French word a day

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