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Strangers in Cadiar 7

Our completion date was set for the end of May, so on 28th April we left England in our motor-home to take it to Cadiar. We were hiring a removal company to bring our goods out, but because we did not want to pay them to pack all our gear, they would not insure it against damage en route. 441 more words

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Carry on Campervan: The Adventures of "Red Stripe"

Everyone should hire a campervan at least once in their life.

So, we took our new friend Red Stripe on a trip around the Highlands and driving a van thats at least 30 years old was challenging but also a lot of fun. 61 more words

Spielberging (Film Making)

Photo essay - Wild autumn weather in Glen Etive

It was one of those days when the words simply weren’t sufficient to describe what I could see with my eyes.   Dark, brooding clouds hung heavily over the mountains yet in spite of the poor light, the damp conditions only served to emphasise the vividness of the Autumnal colours.   605 more words

Scotland

Day 139 and 140 of 365

I sat in the backyard, at the in-laws house with a cup of coffee. Between running from place to place and working a bunch, a moment to just sit seems so rare. 57 more words

365

A Walk Around Derwntwater

 We are camped on the edge of beautiful Derwentwater, Cumbria. Itis a beautiful location looking over the lake towards the Fells. The weather is cool and crisp with gorgeous Autumnal colours. 147 more words

Walking

Sydney

After another flight at the crack of dawn, we arrived into Sydney (without any airport fines). We hopped on the spacious train to our digs in Kings Cross, Zing Backpackers Hostel. 97 more words

Travel

West Coast Rally – Cervantes October 2014

Cervantes is a fishing village about 200kms north of Perth and is famous for its rock lobsters! Unfortunately, I couldn’t afford to eat one, but those that did said they were pretty good. 805 more words

Travelling