Today we are excited to share some of the most invaluable things we have learnt from living on the road, in our campervan living alongside two tiny humans. Travel Slow Its all too easy when your first set off travelling to get excited and dash around on every new adventure that presents itself, every possible […]Read More 13 Tips For Family Vanlife & Road Trip Holiday.
Big Family Celebrations have always been important to us so the idea of being away from home for Festive season was really tricky. We soon learned that Celebrations on the road can be really fun though, meeting new people, swapping traditions and trying out new ideas. For our first Christmas in the van we spent […]Read More Christmas Day in the Van
My epiphany moment was when we ripped up the threadbare carpet in our Victorian terrace and began sanding all the floorboards with one of those crazy sander hoover machines you can hire from the tool hire place. We underestimated the permanent dust cloud that took up residence in our house that week and decided on […]Read More Minimalist Living
Mystical & tranquil, set high up on a hill surrounded by twisty cork oaks. It’s hard to believe that this ancient stone circle was created in 5000BC, a whole 2000 years before Stonehenge. Standing in the centre is like being surrounded by a circle of old friends. Access is completlely free, the stones can be […]Read More Portugal Standing Stones – Cromlech of the Almendres, Evora.
The perfect place for us has got to be van friendly, enjoyable for small people with as much space as possible to run free – ideally in a natural spot. Off season in the Algarve the coast is magical and some days even sunny and warm with highs of 20 Degrees C. Most importantly the […]Read More Portugal for the Winter, Family Vanlife on the Algarve coast.
We are a down to earth family looking for a different way of living and a chance to be open to life and all that it can offer. We found that living a normal life in the suburbs made small unimportant things appear increasingly stressful, whilst big important things were being forgotten. The first stage […]Read More In the beginning…