I really wanted to do something Arren would enjoy during one of our stops, and after seeing how many things there is to do with kids in Austria, I was really torn on what to choose. Continue reading
When RV-ing in Summer time we had heatwaves and no aircon to worry about, RV-ing in Winter was a whole different level of scary. Driving on extremely small roads that are somehow suppose to be for oncoming traffic as well and you might as well be driving a mini bus is scary. Having to go off the road to let other cars pass you while you wonder will we ever be able to get out of this snow ditch? Continue reading
We did it again! We Rv’d through Europe for the second time. This time around we had our sights set on Italy, but we got into the North of Italy and had a major panic attack and decided to rather head to Switzerland. The joy of taking a trip with an van is that you can change your plans at any second. Travelling in Europe with the coronavirus right now felt a little bit crazy, every single place we went to had confirmed cases, attractions seemed a little bit emptier than usual and every time I saw a mask the reality of the situation just kicked in. It was really scary, but we tried our best to stay as healthy as we could and to practice good hand washing hygiene. Continue reading
We decided to keep driving for as long as we could when Arren fell asleep to cover as much distance as we possibly could. Continue reading
Travelling by Rv instead of flying is so worth it for all the things you get to see along the way. Continue reading
The last day in Paris, we really wanted to get an early start to make sure we squeeze in as much as we could.
France was really the highlight of the trip for everyone in our family. As soon as we entered the France countryside we got swept away by the exquisite beauty. Continue reading