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Things that are different about living in a caravan

  1. Under the bed is a viable everyday storage option, thanks to the miracle of gas struts.
  2. Saluting fellow travellers; from the one finger raise while still holding the steering wheel, to the 80 kph ‘high-five’ from the driver and double hand-jive from the passenger.
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Sunsets in the sand

We hit the road with the sun shining down on us and clear dry roads ahead. How corny does that sound.. but oh so true. We have been so blessed with good weather all we could do was hope it continued through the next few days and our visit to North Ledaig Caravan Park. 2,350 more words


Bouncy Clouds and Fluffy Ducks

October finally arrived and our trip to Scotland was about to begin. Nights were drawing in but the clocks hadn’t gone back so daylight was still on our side. 2,216 more words


Do You Need A 4WD To Drive Around Australia

In the past few weeks I’ve had several people email or Facebook message me asking if it’s really necessary to have a 4WD to drive around Australia . 523 more words


Features and Advantages of a Family Caravan

When you want to own a caravan for your family getaway and holiday needs you cannot compromise on the quality of the lifestyle that the caravan offers. 628 more words


Our piece of heaven

Some may think differently but we think we are lucky enough to work shifts, this means we can take midweek breaks when they allow and when it fits in around other commitments. 1,695 more words


Flip-flops and Wellies

Things now run like clockwork, day before Pods electrics are turned on from the mains, meaning the fridge was nice and cool for the milk, bacon etc., to go into it the night before. 3,570 more words