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... hours took us an hour and 20 minutes, that must be a record! It was just like Mt.Kenya but just a lot quicker, I kept letting out yelps and screaming as of my excitement. It was all the more funny as no tourists were there it was just us! When Ben went to put his jumper on, the funniest thing happened. Due to the harsh wind, Ben's glasses were taken and flew off the mountain. The greatest feeling is being here, no light pollution, no noise or any distractions. Just you and ...
... named a ''Sivergues' which means six virgins and is a tiny hamlet hidden in the Luberon Mountains. The population of this hamlet is 40 and legend has it that this town was first settled by six virgins and a monk
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We continued onto a cliff face where we could see our accommodation 'Auberge des Seguins. As we were beginning to descend it started to rain and then pour and the track became quite slippery. By the time we arrived at our accommodation we were drenched, as of course no one had wet weather gear. Why would we, ...
... and restaurants, maintain an old world charm, and are timeless.
The town has 2 churches built at the summit of the village, is atop an 86 step staircase and offers magnificant views under the shade of ancient cedar trees
... br> We climbed to the centre of the town and to our accommodation "Le Clos Du Buis",where we would stay for two nights.
After checking in we went into the pool for a dip. Today we walked 27026 steps which is about 17kms