We need to take a rest, the pool beckons, the fight for sunbeds is won and my fantasies are unfulfilled.
Heating and boiler instructions for the Fiat Ducato Trigano Tribute 670 motorhome running a Truma boiler and heating system.
I find myself inspired from an unlikely source, Frankie Boyle's New World Order actually makes me think and the thoughts are disturbing. Read on...
Tenerife 1-week itinerary This is a great post with lots of info and some fantastic photography from Geo and Anita alias Haihui Story. Read and enjoy!
Moving from one part of the island to another we find a totally different atmosphere and more to delight and entertain us.
Riding the Titsa along the south coast. An adventure in itself. Have you enjoyed this yet? If not, I challenge you...
This post is dedicated to my nephew (in law) Daniel Westmoreland in grateful thanks for his kindly checking our house while we are away.
Occasionally the quiet tranquility of our winter sun idyll can be interrupted by a hot wind straight from the Sahara often laden with the finest sand. It has once or twice gone so high as to come down eventually on our Yorkshire streets, coating cars and benches with dust. There is our connection with home,... Continue Reading →
Shopping can be great fun but, for me, people watching is better! Follow us on a visit to a lovely shopping centre above Puerto Colon.
We decided to take a late break in the northern part of Yorkshire to see some of the Christmas festivities and events. First, though, we decided to do some 'wild' camping and we headed towards Pickering with the camper to enjoy some North Yorkshire hospitality. We had called ahead to a pub restaurant in a... Continue Reading →
We find a new favourite spot close to the Spanish border. With such a popular site things were never going to go smoothly.
We continue heading south but divert from a straight route to explore another Camping CarParks site. What a treasure this one is!
This time we review a camping area off the beaten track but with close access to the beautiful town of Les Montils.
We had decided to abandon the Aires de Camping temporarily to try out another of the Camping Car Parks network of mini sites. These are immaculate small sites of between six and twenty pitches usually including electrical hookup and even wifi in the price of around €9 per night. All are protected by key-entry barriers,... Continue Reading →