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... stores. It's kind of humbling as all of your money is being split between specialists. Next door to the boulangerie was a shop called "Gifi", it had everything inside. If you imagine a bigger version of the British "Home Bargains" but more expensive. I luckily found an adapter, but the bad news it was €15!! I really needed it but could I afford it? The answer was no! Considering the mighty costs of tolls getting to the south, they left me poor. What was I to ...
We started the day with a delightful French continental breakfast
After breakfast we commenced our last walk to Rustrel where would be picked up and returned to our accommodation. My pedometer failed me today, so was not able to indicate how many steps we did, but it was about 12kms.
After a poor manīs breakfast we embarked on the next walk.
We checked out from the Alberge des Seguins and commenced our walk onto Saignon.
Today I walked 8270 steps, about 6-7 kms, not as long as the last few days
Breakfast was at 8.00am and had breakfast. The breakfast was somewhat less exciting than previous breakfasts at our places.Certainly not enough to sustain us for the long wlak ahead.
Today we walked 23336 steps about 16kms.
Wewalked back out of the gorge towards a small hamlet hidden in the Luberon mountains . The ...
... bag. He gave me a brief history of Aix as we walked around, the huge city walls, buildings and Roman ruins hold a thousand years of violent history. He bought enough food to last their family the entire week, mostly vegetables, fruits, cheeses and a chicken. We filled up his pack entirely and my huge shopping back entirely and were back before the crowds hit the market. After another hour I took my family to retrace our steps through the market. We covered a large part of the town ...