Thankfully we shared some good laughs as a group and made forward progress.
Last night's meal was a shared one with a couple of French randonneurs (not to be confused with pelerins). Randonneurs walk sections of the many many GR trails in France often for short bursts...a pelerin is on a long walk specifically on GR65 which eventually leads to Santiago de Compostela.
But I digress as other supper attendees were two hospitaliers...Monique and Sylvie (people who help) and 25 or so nuns...likely averaging 85+ years old. All received Canadian lapel pins after Monique and Silvie introduced us as pilgrims. Clearly some of the nuns were unaware of what they had received...Georges asked Monique if she could make a special announcement that the pins were not to be swallowed. Thankfully that did not happen...pilgrim humour after a long day! Some pictures from the day...
We are staying at the Foyer des Jeunesse de Quercy at Cahors. We are in a room for 4 with demi pension at 27 euros. Overall ok for a larger centre like Cahors however not really comparable to many other Gites along le Chemin