After our visit to Montpellier, we want to see more Roman history. Initially we decide to try to find an aire near Nîmes to visit the amphitheatre and viaduct there. We learn about a nice aire at Remoulins with a direct bus to Nîmes, although when we get there it turns out there are no … More The Roman Way
Now that we’re finally in the south of France, it’s time to relax for a few days and do some exploring. As we start pouring over the map of the area, we realise we’re really rather close to Narbonne. And it just so happens that one of us has an old friend who lives in … More Old friends, New adventures
Finally, the time was here for Rex and us to head across the channel to the south of France. We have a good few weeks left before we have to be in Canterbury, so we excited to get some travelling in before then. In the flip-flops fashion, we haven’t really planned anything… All we know … More The long way down
Big cities in the UK are rarely motorhome-friendly places. Carparks, park & rides, often have height barriers, require you to buy two tickets as you occupy two spaces, and can be difficult to get to because of busy city traffic and small roads. All this doesn’t mean that motorhomers don’t want to visit these cities. … More The Big Smoke
1 Month on the road, how did that go? It wasn’t all plain sailing; there was A LOT OF MUD, tricky bits, good friends and beautiful places. … More How did that go..?
Our third week on the road turned out to be a week of challenges. It all started on Sunday night as we were watching the 5-day weather forecast on Countryfile. Severe gales and rain were once again forecast, with the north coasts of Devon and Cornwall expecting to bear the brunt in the West Country. … More What a week..!
When we made our plans for our life on the road, we were definitely dreaming of warmer weather, sunshine and beaches. We had also planned to start our new life in Spring. But we got impatient after our tour last summer so we brought our plans forward. Even so, we had planned to get over … More What is good about winter camping?