We are lucky in our caravan to have a small pull out panty in the kitchen cabinets and in it we always keep a few staples items that are versatile ingredients and can be used for many meals. All you have to do is add a few fresh ingredients and you’re set. There is also plenty… Read More What’s in Your Caravan or Camping Pantry?
What little luxuries do you take on holidays? Caravan and camping doesn’t mean you have to go without your favourite things. When you are travelling on a long road trip you are probably more conscious of carrying less to lighten the load but on shorter distances or longer stays why not take some home comforts.
Well it is winter, what do you expect? In reality it’s not always possible to get away road tripping as often as we want right? So in the meantime and especially in winter, there are things to do in preparation for future trips. If the days are just too wet, cold, windy and miserable to… Read More It’s C-C-Cold – Time for Comfort Food and Astrophotography
Weeks of holidaying together in the same spot each year breeds familiarity, and it’s a good thing. Everyone has their strengths and ideas are pooled (even the silly ones!) We have a lot of shared dinners at our annual holiday and it’s because we really get to enjoy each other’s company, combine ideas for a… Read More Permission to have fun!
If you’ve seen the movie Groundhog Day, you’ll be familiar with the theme of reliving the same day over and over again. We jokingly refer to our time on holidays at Moonta Bay on Yorke Peninsula as our Groundhog Day and believe me there could be plenty worse.
I’ve found a couple of research articles recently on caravanning and camping in Australia that were interesting to read but also no surprise to those of us who love getting away in the great outdoors at any opportunity. Firstly from Tourism Research Australia came some interesting facts: The 30 to 54 year old age… Read More Why caravanning in Australia is good for you.