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Strangers in Cadiar 11

During July and August we also set out to matriculate Jemima – sounds painful! It just means changing the documentation from English to Spanish!! We had the help of an English man who lives in Cadiar and gives help with translation, document filling, and so on, for a fee. 685 more words

Renovation Theme...

Day 3 so time to head to Buxton

Day 3 Sunday

Our plan today was to drive to Buxton but we made a stopover en route at www.petsathome.com Rupert is used to his crate but we felt with the constant use it was going to damage something in the MH so the decision was made to buy a soft crate and a new food bowl! 421 more words

Day 148, 149 and 150 of 365

We’ve had a few side jobs here and there between San Diego and Los Angeles. One of which was resealing a travertine floor. Right before we put the sealant on the floor, I noticed rainbows filling the entire room. 140 more words

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The Makings of the Van

I can’t remember when the first idea of doing a cargo to camper van conversion was seeded in my mind. It could have been from stumbling across this blog, … 890 more words

Climbing

The Adventure Continues

Day 2 Saturday

Off we set for Manchester. We had previously contacted the local authorities and got information on where was safe to overnight park, details inserted into sat nav and away we went. 485 more words

A late birthday in the woods

We had so much fun, albeit a few weeks later than normal. Middlest made the long journey home (back from College) to have a very late birthday party with the family. 227 more words

Home And Garden

what melbourne had in store for us & how to sell your car last minute

there are two ways to go to melbourne from sydney, the highway (around 800km) and the costal way (around 1200km). as we wanted to sell our campervan as soon as possible we first thought of taking the fast way, but after some recommendations from thomas, we decided to go down the coast and stop at jervis bay, which apparently has the whitest sand beach in the world – who would miss that anyway. 1,674 more words

World Trip