We bought a 4×4 enabled camper for this trip. One big question was how well our chosen ride would fare in real world 4×4 conditions. Which brings me to the first picture. We stood in […]
Driving in a house on wheels requires a surprising amount of things. Clothes, obviously. Kitchen stuff and food also quickly comes to mind. Toileteries. Entertainment for small and big people. Electronics for the digital addicts. Half a million cables. Tools, in case something breaks. Every day items like clothes washing equipment or a trashcan.
Our trip six years ago consisted of a combination of plane rides, bus trips, organized tours and rental cars. It worked like a charm, but we didn’t look forward to the same ardous combination of transport options while traveling with a child. So one of the key questions from the beginning was: If we were to travel, how would we get to places?