Caravan Spares Box

What seems like many moons ago now, in our camping days with young children, we had a spares bag. In effect, an old school gym bag that stored all the spare bits and pieces we might one day need, but probably never will. Spare guy ropes, puncture repair kits, for the bikes and the air... Continue Reading →

Piazza People Watching 

 Day out on the bus from the caravan takes us to Firenze (Florence) 4 hrs of walking and lunch under our belts, our feet are in need of a rest. With the sun blazing down at over 30 degrees we seek the shade on some steps of a piazza. It seems we're not the... Continue Reading →

Washing day

2 weeks into our trip and we're fast running out of warm clothes to wear. The weather hasn't been unkind to us but it hasn't been drying weather. At our last site I fed a pocket full of Euros into the washer and the drier in the hope of trying to keep us going for... Continue Reading →

The Old Station Tearooms – Holmsley

What to do on a wet and windy lunchtime staying in a caravan on the Caravan and Motorhome New Forest Centenary Club Site. The plan was to get the tepanyaki out and have the sausage, eggs and bacon sizzling. Without an awning or a canopy we have a lunchtime dilemma. Ordinarily we would have an... Continue Reading →

Door Knockers of Woodstock 

Off out again for 2 nights. This time we are off to Bladon Chains Caravan Club Site.  We are here for a reason, but that's another blog. Pitched up and set up we decide to head off for a walk in the mid October sunshine. Only a mile outside of Woodstock and on the doorstep of... Continue Reading →

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