By Jen Salzburg is in the Salzkammergut region of Austria. It’s full of mountains and lakes waiting to be climbed up, walked round and swum in. Attersee is the biggest lake, and at 170 metres, the second deepest after Traunsee. One of the warmest lakes is Hintersee if you fancy […]

Austria: Hiking in Salzkammergut

by Jen After Meteora and the amazing monasteries perched at the top of the cliffs  (Greece: Meteora, For your Eyes too), we drove to the Delphi ruins (Greece: Delphi, the centre of the Ancient Greek World). Then we headed to nearby Nafpaktos for Easter – there’s a candlelit procession to […]

Greece: Meteora south to the Peloponnese – campervan stops and ...

Scotland campervan wild camping 5
By Jen This is our 100th blog post. We thought it appropriate and right that we should mark this emotionally-charged blogging moment by passing on some vitally useful and little-known-outside-the-world-of-long-term-campervanners information. Here are our TOP 10 PRACTICAL TIPS for travelling with many related people in a campervan. 1. Label all […]

Top 10 tips: Travelling in a Campervan with a Family ...

By Jen aussi en français I loved Morocco the minute I arrived at Marrakech airport. The rest of the family had taken a week to drive slowly down from the port at Tangier Med, via Casablanca, and were getting used to the change in culture. It’s quite a change to […]

Morocco: Marrakech and Tagazoute, our first week

By Jen We have been travelling by campervan for a few months now – in France, Spain, Portugal, the UAE, and Thailand (the campervan stayed in Europe). We have met other travelling families whilst on the road, and have joined internet groups where we can exchange tips and thoughts and […]

10 things we learnt within a few weeks of setting ...

By Jen Lek means small in Thai. It’s also the name of the indomitable lady who set up the Elephant Nature Park, about an hour and a half north of Chiang Mai in Thailand. Besides her petite frame, there is nothing small about her. She is one amazing woman who […]

Thailand: The Love of Elephants