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Sound Dampening

Sound dampening is pretty important when you want to change the use of your van from a commerical one into a leisure van. You want to give your van a more car like feeling and make it sound not so tin-like. 162 more words

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VanLife: The Conversion Continues

Oh boy! it feels like it has been ages since the last VanLife update, but the last couple of weeks just didn’t feel like we were achieving much, all the opposite, it felt like we went backwards somehow :( 318 more words


Product Review - Vango Kela III Driveaway Awning

Travelling in a campervan offers flexibility, self-sufficiency and the ability to quickly set up and strike camp.  But there are times when a little extra comfort and room is needed.   1,424 more words



#English – für deutsch nach unten scrollen.

After a busy couple of weeks since leaving Charlotte and driving across the US, I finally made it to Mexico. 792 more words

Putting the Van in "Vanlife"

The first, and probably greatest, economic cost of vanlife is, unsurprisingly, the van itself. With a multitude of options to choose from, what type of van you get, and how much it costs, ultimately depends on what you want out of it. 424 more words

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Further Adventures in the Van With No Name: Fun with Awnings

Last week we went off on our longest outing yet in The Van With No Name: a week in St Ives.

I will blog further about our visit once I have sorted out my photos (which as usual may take a while), but for now suffice to say that we had a great time: the weather was mostly kind and the van worked beautifully as our lodging for the week. 810 more words

Holidays & Travel

Review: The Jerba Tiree Campervan

I think I first became aware of campervans in 1977 when a friend’s family bought a bright orange bay-windowed VW. Even in the 1970s, when orange furniture and curtains adorned our living rooms and orange melamine kitchenware jostled for attention, their bright, brand spanking new campervan stood out. 1,894 more words