Monthly Archives: August 2010

UK exclusive

Do the Europeans pitch up on campsites, sit around getting pissed and gobby while their vile, disrespectful kids run amok causing never-ending trouble? I doubt it very much, in fact I’m convinced this is something that the English excel at … Continue reading

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Beware lone women in campervans

During my midnight walk with the dogs we saw a truly horrendous sight. A caravan parked up near the topiary tent had what I can only describe as flagpole which resembled an airport landing strip! There were blue lights twinkling … Continue reading

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Bank ‘Hell’iday

We’ve been moved onto the car park next to the bloke who lives here in his scuzzy tourer with his dog and never draws the blinds. Why? Because somebody disabled needed my spot to be near the facilities. I have … Continue reading

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Squelch squelch

Urgh! Is it really August? I seem to have spent most of my 6 weeks on the road soggy and squelching round fields. The van has a permanent aroma of wet dog  and I’ve given up cleaning the floor.  I … Continue reading

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Baking, baking and more baking

Had another visitor today. It’s great to have conversation with someone who can answer back and not just look at you as if you’ve lost your marbles, which is pretty much what the dogs do.  I have a lovely bag … Continue reading

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It’s a Wanderers life for me

I never want to live in a house ever again with all of its constraints and ties. The comings and goings of campsite life just can’t be beaten. The sights, the characters, the weird set ups – it’s priceless. Still … Continue reading

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The Pyjama Game

5 and a half weeks into our life on the road and I still haven’t succumbed to the campsite habit of walking around in my PJ’s. From my observations it only seems to be the British who do it and … Continue reading

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