Turkey remains full of surprises

I’ve not written on here for some time – but during that entire time I’ve remained in Turkey, spending much of my time wildcamping along the south coast. If at the start of my trip here I thought Turkey was a great motorhoming / wildcamping / get-away-from-the-madness destination, then all of that has been reconfirmedContinue reading “Turkey remains full of surprises”

Exploring Romania, Bulgaria and the Black Sea Coast

After my (shorter, thanks Covid) summer holiday in Hungary this year I ventured out to Plovdiv in Bulgaria where I had some paperwork to do. I decided to route via Romania and explore a bit off the beaten track. My route followed the Serbian border and I went to a camp at a lake inContinue reading “Exploring Romania, Bulgaria and the Black Sea Coast”

Tesa Autolevelling for my motorhome

I’ve always been very keen to get an auto-levelling system installed in my motorhome but I’ve been put off by the high cost and weight of the default hydraulic systems. I saw an electric solution developed in Italy called Tesa and contacted a few UK dealers about this, but they were all quite booked upContinue reading “Tesa Autolevelling for my motorhome”

Wonderful Gouda, Holland

We’re back on the road again! With the travel restrictions finally being lifted, Olli and I left from Harwich in the UK late last night on the overnight ferry to Hook of Holland in the Netherlands. I like coming on that route as it’s close to Suffolk where I’m usually based when I’m in theContinue reading “Wonderful Gouda, Holland”

Switching to a more efficient fridge for the motorhome.

The default fridge/freezer in most motorhomes is a 3 way one that can use either gas/lpg, 12v (whilst driving) or mains 240v electricity. It is however in most cases an absorption fridge, meaning it does not have a compressor and pretty much makes no noise. However, it’s not very efficient, and can consume a lotContinue reading “Switching to a more efficient fridge for the motorhome.”