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... some parts, we would get to the top before the sun vanished. Just before we started our ascent, we saw a small rocked road which trailed up a bit of the mountain. Ideally a 4x4 would have been the better choice but Ben and I decided that it was essential to take his 1 litre Corsa up there. It resulted in me pushing the back of his car whilst he was slowly killing the clutch, I couldn't stop myself from laughing as rocks wheel spun into my legs. It was such a view, ...
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Today we crossed the Calavon valley where we reached the world's largest deposit of ochre, a rainbow or yellow, orange and red sands. The maritime pine trees with their long and bright needles offered ...
... serif; line-height: 17.77777862548828px;">We took the same route as the previous day, to the hamlet Sivergues, but it was to then take us on a differnt direction
We walked at the base of the Aiguebrun River, the only permanent river of the Luberon mountains, its limestone walls and luxuriant vegetation. We climbed out of the canyon to reach the lost hamlet of Sivergues before crossing the Aiguebrun and climbing up to the Claparedes plateua, with the lavendar ...
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 ...
... outside of Paris and Versailles. There were also lots of fountains, I was not surprised to find out after that Aix is also referred to as the city of fountains. I found Aix lovely, but not as charming as St Remy, it probably had to do with how large the place was. I wish we had had more time to have a proper look around though, we didn't have a chance to complete the Cezanne tour. We set off back for home just after 6pm, Jimmy ...
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