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Thanks for visiting.

This website is here to keep you all up to date on my adventures, experiences and insights. Since 1st April 2012 I have been living and traveling in my Toyota Hiace camper van:


I bought this van in August 2011 from Stephen Bell Motors  in Newton-le-Willows, near Warrington in England, who I'd highly recommend for a good Japanese import van.

After enjoying the van so much for the first few months, and kitting it out, I decided to plan a timetable to move into it from April 2012. (See the timeline). So I sold, donated, gave/threw away many of my belongings, simplified my life, and then started out on the adventure...

Follow the blog, and i'll update it regularly, especially when something new or exciting happens.. There will be posts on everything from my daily ponderings and activities, to travelogs, to technical stuff, to van living know-how as I grow in experience. You can use the 'Posts by topic' menu on the footer of the pages to navigate through sections that may interest you as the webpage grows.Thanks for coming by, enjoy your time here, and best wishes for you own journey, however you chose to live it!










Chris

3 comments:

  1. Hi Chris, thanks for the link re the Mitsubishi Delica camper, awesome vehicle.
    I always follow your videos on you tube and wish I could do the same.
    I am at this moment looking for a campervan so that I can escape the rat race (sometimes), please keep in touch re your adventures and if you are ever in Cheshire I would love to pay you a visit and have a chat.
    Good luck
    Alan

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    1. Hi Alan,
      Thanks for your feedback. So have you had a loo at many campers yet? what are you interested in? Its a good time of year to be planning and getting things into gear for the arrival of spring. It can slip by too easily sometimes. I'll be sure to look you up if I'm in the area. Let me know how you get on with finding your van,
      Chris

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  2. Hi! I have a T25 Autosleeper and I'm trying to work out how to carry my sea kayak on it. Can you help??

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