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🇬🇧 Return to Glow

I read a book called “Return to Glow” during the quarantine in November 2020. The author, Chandi Wyant, made her pilgrimage on the “Via Francigena”

🇫🇷 Ce qui arrive à pied

Un jeune homme fuit son passé dans un coin de nature oublié. Un poète est contraint de prendre la route des migrants. Le premier est resté enfermé plusieurs années.

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🇫🇷 La Via Francigena de l’origine à nos jours

Omnes viae Roman perduncunt, « tous les chemins mènent à Rome », disaient les Latins. Ainsi, commence le beau livre de « La Via Francigena de l’origine à nos jours » qui nous replonge dans cet itinéraire d’une grande

🇬🇧 Return to Glow

I read a book called “Return to Glow” during the quarantine in November 2020. The author, Chandi Wyant, made her pilgrimage on the “Via Francigena” trail in Italy after a traumatic illness and her divorce.

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This section of our blog is dedicated to female adventurers & their remarkable stories (along the Via Francigena)

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