Tired marchers settled their sleeping materasses on the floor of the sport hall.
Improvised flags. Later on CMFA printed white flags with movements logo. Many wondered if the march should stay with pure white flags since we were marching for peace. Finally it was decided that the flags should have the logo of the CMFA increasing its public and media recognition. I have myself wondered many times: are the flags promoting peace or the movement itself (and how it can be distinguished).
Malika (France). The "queen" of the march. She joined CMFA and stayed with the movement until its finish in Lebanon. She used to be the first one to march and one of not many, who proclaimed to cross the border with Syria.
Krystian (Poland), joined the march at day 1, in Berlin. He was walking with the group for a couple of days, then was leaving for some days to work. With small breaks he managed to be with the group until Serbia. Firstly enthusiastic, he began to critised the march heavily in Slovenia, started conflicts with its members and finally became a proclaimed adversary of the movement, author of antagonistic Facebook profile sharing groundless accusations and insults.