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Top 5 low-cost Campsites We Have Visited in the North Island

Kia Ora!

Hi all,

We have been living in New Zealand together for a while and of course we’ve done a lot of camping in New Zealand with Mille, our campervan (isn’t her name adorable?). 650 more words


"We fell in love, right by the ocean, made all our plans, down in the sand.

The water had an extra sparkle, the mountains had extra height, the forests were just more lush. We were welcomed to the South Island with such breathtaking scenery but sadly not the friendliest welcome in terms of freedom camping. 1,781 more words

Weekend on Planet Thanet

What an unlovely face Thanet presents to the visitor.  A flat, drab, dismal, treeless landscape, the muddy cabbage fields festooned with necklaces of litter.  Add leaden February skies and the weekend doesn’t look promising.  573 more words

Quest for a New Campervan: What Sort of Camper are You?

As much as we love Trev-the-Prev (our converted Toyota Previa) Glyn and I feel that it is now time for our next campervan.  As we won’t have the full funds until later this year, I have decided to launch myself on a full-on ‘Van Quest’, diving deep in to research on what our next van should be and the sort of questions everyone should ask themselves when they go on their own quest for a new campervan. 711 more words

DIY Campervan: Cheap and Easy

Yesterday me and Adam transformed our station wagon into a campervan style car and it was cheap and easy. Admittedly, it isn’t as great as a proper campervan however, it suits us amazingly. 786 more words


More Islands and So Much Danger (Part Eight)

February 21st – February 25th

The last few days have been interesting to say the least. We’re coming to the end of our road trip and are trying to make the most of the time we have left, but we seem to have spent more time planning the rest of our trip in McDonalds, than actually getting around to doing things. 1,612 more words


Spiders and Scaredy-Cats (Part Seven)

February 17th – February 20th

I’m slightly behind on my blog, because after leaving Yeppoon, Paige and I shared the four hour drive to Mackay. Despite having not driven for almost two years, I drove for two hours along Bruce Highway, and I’ve spent the last four/five days getting over the trauma, and so have not had time to concentrate on my blog. 1,086 more words