Wales is definitely our favourite place to travel to. It has climbing, hiking, awesome scenery, great independent cafe's and friendly welcoming locals.
Whether you want adventure or tranquillity Wales just has everything!
This view of Tryfan was taken on a Sunday lunch post a wet and wild walk. Bliss.
Where's your favourite place that has it all going on?!
Met up with my parents in Germany, while they’re on holiday from England, they’re staying with family on their farm in Germany. I’m going to stay for a week too - so Beryl, my camper, is also going to have a little holiday.
Freshly made bed, neatly packed van and we’re ready for an adventure!
We’re still mid refurb but the van is MORE than livable. So we’re off on a wee jaunt for a few days as we’ve got a break from work 😍
What an amazing experience paragliding over the valley of Latterbrunnen. Big up to @fabianequey for this unreal paragliding trip and sick photography skills! Deffinatly a thing everyone should experience at least once in their lives. NOW FOR A BEER! 😁
When we step back from the constant stresses of life we are able to do things that bring us peace. Which allows our minds to process thoughts without millions of other things effecting those decisions. Creating clearer well thought out ideas to further success our lifes ambitions. #hammock#beautifulanddamned#findpeace#alternativeliving
Day 21-27 of the Van Conversion! Haven't posted anything in a while on the van since I've mostly just been enjoying living in it and haven't done much work on the interior
That was until I finally got the wood needed to finish the ceiling. 130mm shadow gap larch from front to back ^^ so happy with how to turned out!
Next up is cabinets and kitchen, soon to be built out of some excess ply and larch :D
PLEASE HELP! Homer is stuck at the Turkish border in Bodrum as we do not have insurance to cover driving in Turkey. The normal advice is to buy a green card at the border - if we were at a road border there would be someone who could sell us the cover for 90 days for like 30 euros. Problem is we came on a ferry into a small port and they can’t do it there for us. I tried calling our UK insurers who couldn’t cover us, and also two specialists Stuart Collins and Herts Insurance but was told they need to physically post out the green card, they can’t do it by email. So at this stage it’s looking like we’re going to have to go back to Greece. Has anyone travelled into Turkey by ferry and if so how did you sort the green card? Possible we could take a whole new annual policy from a UK insurer but would cost £££ and we also can’t find any other than Saga who include Turkey (and you need to be older than 50 for Saga!). Any advice gratefully received!
Before living up here I’d never wakeboarded, wakeskated or generally had anything to do with being on boats on a river. The wakeboard skills remain low, but the expectations of all boating weekends are high... It’s been over a week since boat adventuring and I’ve got withdrawals 🎶🙌🏽❤️💦🐊