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Why you must fit a coolant alarm to your Bongo!

New year, new job.  The Bongo is now being put to use as my daily commute vehicle.  Not ideal as it is rather heavy on the petrol, but it is very reliable and, despite being larger than the average run around, it is fantastically manoeuvrable. 555 more words

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THE best books are about obsessions. The subject matter is largely irrelevant because the reader can identify with the enthusiasm of the author. Subjects as diverse as the history of typefaces, Edwardian ironmongery, or collecting sugar-cube wrappers become fascinating dimensions hitherto unknown, let alone explored. 628 more words


Fixin' a van

Have I told you guys I got a sweet new van?! Well, I say new… for about 3 months now I’ve been in possession of my childhood dream vehicle. 914 more words


Real Life Weddings - Grecian Goddess, Tequila and a Campervan

Once upon a time there was a girl called Sarah and a boy Nick in a Thai curry house, despite it being their very first date, cupids bow hit a bullseye and they both knew then and there it would be forever.  1,024 more words

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Day 6. Driving north...totally on a mission.

Driving north…totally on a mission. Kildonnan to Oban.

It was becoming apparent that the mechanical issues we had experienced had eaten a massive chunk of our holiday. 2,742 more words

Campervan Travels

Keeping your Bongo in good nick - rust and mould!

Two of the most common problems that Bongo owners encounter are mould in the Auto Free Top and rust.  We have now owned out Bongo for 4 years and I am happy to say that we have managed to keep both these problems at bay. 583 more words


Our Pet Friendly Holidays.

In 2015 my holidays have all had one thing in common. A certain adorable labrador called Hugo!  This little( now got big) guy has shared all our trips away in the UK. 667 more words

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