There is nothing worse than trying to kick back in the van when you’ve got a car on either side of you. I refer to it as a ‘vanwich’. Its a complete buzz kill, especially at the beach.
"When you move your life into a vehicle you realise you took these mundane life moments for granted and although you're still perfectly capable of completing these tasks slightly less efficiently, you definitely start to realise how lucky we are to have access to the infrastructure that we do...."
It's not as easy as it used to be, but you can definitely still get away with free camping at the beach, by the river, in a park, or even in a suburban, city or industrial area. After nearly a year of living out of a van, we've only been 'moved along' by the council once. … Continue reading Stealth Camping: How-to
Despite our varying stories and journeys, I think it's safe to say there's one thing that all van dwellers have experienced: that little bit of fear and uncertainty after dark. After all, we're living in vehicles in forests, parks, remote campsites, random neighbourhoods, bushland and sometimes even the side of the road. There are criminals, … Continue reading After dark
So you’ve had enough of seeing other peoples photos and fantasising about the gypsy van life, and you’ve decided its time to get yourself a van. You need to decide if you want one for short trips and weekends away, or if you want to uproot your life to move into a van completely. When … Continue reading 5 things to consider before you buy your first van