What’s this blog, then?
This blog’s about our life on the open road.
Who are we? Adrian and Ellie and a big red campervan.
Where are we? We’re on the road. Somewhere. Or will be, soon.
Where are we going? Ask us tomorrow or the next day.
Where have we been, and what have we done? That’s what this blog’s about.
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- Art & Culture stuff (94)
- By Country – Albania (12)
- By Country – Belgium (1)
- By Country – Bosnia (7)
- By Country – Croatia (22)
- By Country – Czech Republic (4)
- By Country – France (18)
- By Country – Germany (1)
- By Country – Hungary (4)
- By Country – Italy (33)
- By Country – Macedonia (8)
- By Country – Montenegro (9)
- By Country – Poland (4)
- By Country – Portugal (10)
- By Country – Romania (15)
- By Country – Serbia (5)
- By Country – Slovakia (1)
- By Country – Slovenia (5)
- By Country – Spain (13)
- By Country – Tunisia (28)
- By Country – UK (13)
- Colourboration (6)
- Food stuff (63)
- Officialdom stuff (8)
- Personal stuff (84)
- Site stuff (10)
- Travel stuff (141)
- Uncategorized (6)
- Van stuff (40)
- Wildlife stuff (34)
Author Archives: EllieGee
Spring is finally showing intermittent signs of its imminent arrival, and our idyllic time in Herefordshire has drawn to a close for now. Winter blew back in with a little too much enthusiasm on the weekend we moved though. The … Continue reading
Now Twelfth night has passed and we are well into a New Year, we’ve already broken a resolution… to get back into the blogging habit. We’ll attempt to remedy that starting now. However, we have so far kept the resolution … Continue reading
By way of an initial reflection on our year and a half on the road, here are some answers to the questions we were most often asked on the road. What is your favourite place? This is the question that … Continue reading
Why have we headed back to the UK now when winter’s approaching fast? You’re asking. We’re asking ourselves the same question! We were planning this return in late autumn for several reasons (finances, not wanting to spend another winter in … Continue reading
I first visited Český Krumlov on a chilly spring weekend in the early 90s with a friend who was teaching in Prague at the time. We fell for its fairytale atmosphere, zany painted tower, the uneven windy cobbled lanes, crumbly … Continue reading
After our visit to the Tatra Museum in Kopřivnice, we headed west to Olomouc, still in the Moravia region. A city of around 100,000 people, we had heard that it was less discovered than some of the popular South Bohemian … Continue reading
Once there was carefree laughter red sandals worn on a summer day your hopes and dreams for the future in your heart Your daughter by your side You carefully painted your names on your suitcases and packed your best things … Continue reading
There is a town in south western Poland, about 70km from Kraków, called Oświęcim. When the Nazis invaded in 1939, they found a barracks complex there that would become very useful to them, with its good rail links from the … Continue reading
We needed to linger in the Budapest environs between Adrian’s dental appointments. We’d spent several days in the city, so it seemed time to head up river. The Danube Bend is, as the name suggests, a dramatic bend in the … Continue reading