I’m way behind in my postings here…this is actually coming to you from Hungary! After my short visit to Serbia I had to go to Bulgaria for some work related items which I won’t bore you with…it involved company registration and other legalities and I headed for Plovdiv, Bulgaria’s second largest city and one ofContinue reading “Bulgaria!”
After the great stopover in Zagreb, I headed for Belgrade in Serbia. We (Agentivity) have our developers based there and I looked forward to spending some time with the guys there. Whilst the routing suggested a relatively short drive, the border crossing from Croatia to Serbia can be a bit longer than the usual “drive-through”Continue reading “Zagreb to Belgrade”
Camp Zagreb is, as the name implies, in/near Zagreb in Croatia. It’s pretty much near the highway, relatively easy to reach. They have 24 hour staffing at the entrance so even if you arrive late, they will have someone to show you to a plot, and sort the paperwork in the morning. It’s a 4Continue reading “Campsite review : Camp Zagreb”
Pieve di Soligo is near Treviso, in the upper North-East corner of Italy. It’s where my friend Andrea lives and I went to visit him on the trip to Bulgaria. Wow! I’ve been before but I forgot how amazing this region is. It reminds me terribly of Stellenbosch in South Africa, since it’s also aContinue reading “Pieve di Soligo, Italy”
Apart from having the http://www.alienineurope.com site on the back of the motorhome, she’s now also named, as Rayquaza. £20 is yours if you know where that’s from! Only kidding..it’s a Pokemon thing, and named by my godson, Dylan. The actual image of Ray the dragon himself is still in the post.
This week I took the motorhome for a test run in Terragona, with the McArdles, who rented a bungalow at the same campsite. The most obvious thing I soon realised was that I packed way too much stuff. And the awning “tent” that comes in two big bags, weighing a ton and taking up halfContinue reading “I packed way too much stuff!”