24/7 with one person

This is Mitchell. He looks like he’s alone in this photo but he’s not. That’s because I am on the other side of the lens. As he is, with every photo taken of me. The reality is we are never alone. For the last eight months we have travelled Europe while living in a campervan. We are together 24/7. Always. All. The. Time.

Think about being in a room smaller than your bedroom. But that room is your entire house. And there’s another person in it. You sometimes wish you had a dog for a second person to talk to, because dogs are Read More


What I love most about living in a campervan

If you have read my post ‘What no one tells you about living in a campervan’ you may have been put off by the whole idea. Living in a campervan is full of ups and downs and unexpected twists and turns but the benefits will always come out on top. I know I will walk away from this trip remembering the joys I get to experience everyday while the downsides will become insignificant or in some cases very funny stories. Here are some of the things that I love most about living in a campervan.

You live a simple life. The things you own and the things you do are there because Read More

What no one tells you about living in a campervan

If you think you have a good idea of what it’s like to live in a campervan the below post might change your perspective.

I imagined the dream life. Non-stop travel. Never ending freedom. Don’t get me wrong… campervan life is all of these things but below is everything that no one told us about living in a campervan.

You will drive a lot. Although this seems obvious I can’t stress enough how much of your day it takes up. Sometimes we hit the Read More

Meet Mandy our motorhome

Meet Mandy. Our first home on wheels. Our first home that will take us across the continent of Europe. I dubbed her Mandy the Magic School Bus before we even claimed her as ours. She’s not really a school bus… but she is pretty magic.

Mandy is a 1990 Talbot Express which makes her older than both her inhabitants. Because of our small budget we were forced to choose between an older style motorhome or a newer converted van. We decided that because of the length of time we would be living in the camper, size and space would take priority. We wanted a lounge, a kitchen, a bedroom and a bathroom. We basically wanted a small house and we wanted to take that house with us wherever we went.

Read on for a tour of our camper!

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