You want to caravan abroad, but …

The UK has many outstanding areas and attractions which could easily occupy your touring aspirations for a lifetime, but for some, the need to broaden the experience or improve the chances of warmer weather, perhaps for the only holiday of the year, will see them eyeing up the option of taking the caravan across the... Continue Reading →

EuroTunnel in a Caravan 

This is our second caravan trip to Europe and on both occasions we have gone via Eurotunnel. We have looked at ferry alternatives but on balance, the cost, frequency of trains, easy boarding, speed of crossing and ability to stay with car/caravan make it a no-brainer for us.  Once again we paid for the trip,... Continue Reading →

Silky for Streaks – Puriclean for Pipes

A question came up on our Facebook Group 'Caravan Adventures ' about removing dirty streak marks on the external caravan walls. With a few exceptions, that may also work well, the overwhelming response was 'Silky'. As we did have numerous streaks that no amount of rubbing with a soapy sponge would remove, a tub of... Continue Reading →

Low Emission Zones & Road Tolls

You would think the main advantage of a unified Europe would be encouraging standard process across all countries, if you drive a vehicle, forget that idea. If you own one of those horrible 'diesel' vehicles (ie, almost every motorhome or caravan owner) then you better start doing your homework before you venture from these shores. It's... Continue Reading →

Our Vinyl Release

Could you part with your vinyl record collection? Probably the first blog we noticed about full-time travelling in a motorhome was 'Eric and Shazza''Big Momma's Great Adventure' whereby Eric, who we briefly met in his role of Caravan Club Site warden, realised he needed to clear out his, quote .." tat  cherished possessions" before embarking on... Continue Reading →

Towing in France

Thought we would share some thoughts on our trip to France in the summer of 2015.  If anyone out there has wondered or feared what it is like to tow outside our shores, then maybe this will give some food for thought.  To date, this is our only trip abroad with the caravan but we... Continue Reading →

Bedtime

Have you ever woken from your caravan slumbers with a bad back? "Oh Yes" I hear you all responding.  No doubt my ageing bones have some say in this, but my bed at home doesn't quite leave me with that 'just run over by a bus' feeling that I get from the caravan bed. Depending... Continue Reading →

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