From Merida, Yucatan to Frontera Corozal, Chiapas

It’s 7.30am, the sun is just climbing above the trees and its a refreshing 19 degrees (centigrade). Between visiting some great locations and having little or no internet it has, once again been a while since we posted so a little catch up is in order.   We stayed in Merida, Yucatan for a month to take advantage of access … Read More

A Breakdown and a Pause Before Mexico

Since Christmas we’ve been through a dozen different landscapes, wild camped under the most brilliant starry skies, and had another mechanical breakdown. On the way from Las Vegas to the Grand Canyon, in a very empty part of Nevada, Hanna started really laboring up hills, to the point where she conked out.  Luckily we just made it to a petrol station … Read More

Driving Insurance for a European Motorhome in Canada and the USA

Shipping your own motorhome to Canada or the States is in itself a small piece of the puzzle to doing something like this (see my post on shipping your motorhome) but unless you have desire to drive through the most litigious country on earth without some form of insurance you will need to address the issue of driving insurance. We … Read More

The Reality of Making a Dream Happen

Wishing. Wanting. Hoping. Dreaming.  I’ve been practicing these ever since I was a kid. Daydreaming is fun. It’s part of my makeup. It brings me hope and excitement on cold rainy days. On the other hand, making dreams happen (especially on a budget) is bloody hard work!  Every time we attempt it, I seem to handily forget this point. This … Read More

Absorbtion Refrigeration Sensei – David Fraser – Day Spring, Bridgewater, NS – The Master!

So in Halifax we are, and at an RV park for the first time, it’s an unexpected 29 degrees outside which is a lovely surprise. The van’s mechanics may have issues but at least the habitation equipment has been checked out and is all working …. isn’t it? The only time we tried to rely on the fridge, water heater, … Read More

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