Campervan Stories From Across the World

Posted on: October 29th, 2009 Posted by

I reckon that somewhere at the back of all of our minds, there is a desire to break free on the open road for that ultimate road trip. Now, the coolest transport to take you there would have to be a camper van. There is no argument that the most iconic campervans on the planet are of the Volkswagen variety so it is no surprise that people have long held obsessions for said campervans and enjoy sharing their stories.

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Six Foods You Can Make With Your Kids

Posted on: October 22nd, 2009 Posted by

So they have their DSi, their iPods and their laptops, and they want to take them all on your Self-Catering holiday to entertain themselves so how do you bond with the modern child! Cook with them on holiday!!


You give a kid one of these and they’ll be well annoyed!

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Five Kid-Friendly Self-Catering Locations

Posted on: October 16th, 2009 Posted by

Children and self-catering are a logical match. When going on holiday, particularly with the youngsters, it can be a great experience to feel like you have moved the entire family unit to this new location, maintaining the rituals that keep the kids going to bed on time and give mum and dad a few precious hours in the evening to relax on what is, after all, their holiday too.


He’s going to be sick on his hat in a minute

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Why you should not camp

Posted on: October 6th, 2009 Posted by

They say a picture is worth a thousands words, so this is 3087 words about why it’s so much better to have a Self-Catering holiday in the UK, and not camp:

Caring for someone else’s property is one of those issues some people care little about. The result of this is people who come after them end up discovering deficiencies, which landlords are often not aware. For instance renters will sometimes drive nails in the walls of a cupboard and elsewhere to hang some of their belongings. When they move on they may or may not remove the nails. When the next renter moves in he/she finds damaged walls, which are in need of repair, plaster and new paint.

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