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Travel Blogs from Aix-en-Provence
... got out, she checked for any major damage (like a bumper hanging off) but no she just locked the car and carried on her day as usual. I love it!
The next part of the day, we decided to do a mountain climb. I love climbing and it seems to be that wherever I go I always climb a mountain or do something random. I think the feeling of being away from everyone, having no civilisation is so soothing. At the campsite I packed my rucksack and charged the ...
... but no closely built villages. Houses are mush more spread out. Still the typical French style. We are on a spectacular highway which is good as or arrival time is already out to 8pm, but it means we fly past a whole lot of gorgeous little towns that we want to drive through. Our experience has taught us though, that you still drive straight through the middle of the town, seeing all the shops and garages and often get a better overall picture from the built ...
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
... 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
We passed ...