Whether you are looking to save a little money or just want to be creative, this is the place for you. I had a picnic in my compartment consisting of my cheese roll, some pretzels and a rather fine Hungarian red wine made in a Portugese style. In a schoolboy packing error I forgot my plastic collapsible wine glass, so I purchased a plastic cup for 20 Florints. I seem to be rapidly turning into an InterRail peasant.
I’ll admit I was nervous about taking the plunge to paint the RV interior. Vinyl surfaces and paint are not historically good pairings. The folks at the paint store told me there are many new paint products designed especially for plastics, vinyl and cabinets. Key to success; clean surfaces, good prep and drying time…. patience in other words. Not my strong suit.
This original sales flyer was included with a folder of interesting vintage camping manuals from the original owner. The specs here are close but not exactly those of another vintage sales flyer I’ve seen, but since this is the one in my camper, I’m going with it.
Yes. When you lug several books to ensure you have something interesting to read in your travel, you will appreciate having a Kindle. It is like carrying a library with you. You can also download books that you often will not find in the countries you travel to.
I had purchased a dog playpen when Louie and Champ came to my home at six weeks old. Louie (the little one) was experiencing a failure to thrive and I had to nurse him around the clock. I did find that a syringe was perfect for food and water feeding every couple of hours.
Hi! I did a similar sort of trip 2005-2006 after graduating undergrad. I planned to be gone for a year, but ran out of money (and energy) at 10 1/2 months. It was quite an adventure, and your hub was a pleasant reminder of all the wonderful experiences I had – especially your pictures of New Zealand. They are fantastic! I’ve been to somewhere around 30 countries and NZ is still my happy place. Thanks for sharing!