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After a year of living in our 1987 Volkswagen Westfalia Vanagon and exploring North America, we realized that we hadn’t had enough and set our sights on South America next. We gave ourselves three months to tie up loose ends...
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In late July of 2016, I loaded up my campervan and headed west from Seattle to spend a few days in the Olympic Peninsula National Park. Lake Crescent, WA The trip was inspired by some friends who were camping at...
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We are Sophie and Andes from @silvervanproject. Three months ago, we gave up our old life in Hamburg, quit our jobs, sublet our apartment and left. Now we are already a while on the road with our bus Rudolph and...
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Italy means “la dolce vita.” Italy means pizza. And pasta. And wine. And olives and cheese. Italy means roman monuments, picturesque cities with narrow alleys and tiny local shops. It means touching beautiful villages and vibrant green Tuscan hills. Italy...
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Rafting, hiking, surfing, skiing, canyoning: let your wild side out! Savour the regional delights, sip the finest spirits, meet the local farmers: your inner gastronome will shine. Ancient Roman remains, spectacular regional architecture, internationally-renowned museums, traditional costumes and dancing: your...
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When we first got our camper van and started to plan our travels, Sweden was honestly not on our list. We felt like Scandinavia was a long way to drive and we didn’t know much about what this part of...
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My husband and I started our van life journey about a year and a half ago. Since then we’ve spent the night in 44 different states. We started with spring in the south, driving through the heat of Texas, Louisiana...
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Over the past year Portia and I have been asked a lot of questions from people like; how do you afford to travel so much? Why don’t you explore your own countries? How do you live in such a small...
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The sun was just beginning to set over the Bay Of Conception when Mike, Bruce and I took a rather inconspicuous turning off of the route 1 Highway and rattled our way down a dusty, winding road towards los cocos...
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We started the day the same as any other. Warm under the sheets but knowing only too well, the icy coldness that awaits us on the other side. We lay awake for a moment or fifteen, quietly hoping for the...
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