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Installing a fan in an expedition vehicle

Installing a fan in an expedition vehicle

This week we have installed a roof fan in our expedition truck. Although the installation itself went smoothly we had some unexpected prepping to do.   Why a fan? One person can generate up to 1.5 liter of extra moisture in the air. If you also cook, shower, dry...

Interview with an Adventure Travel YouTuber

I think many people – including the majority of my family – find it hard to accept that an “Aventure Travel YouTuber” is actually a real thing. It might not have existed a few years ago, and perhaps it wont exist in a few years time, but in my...
How to decide on an overland vehicle

How to decide on an overland vehicle

Deciding on an overland vehicle is definitely one tough decision. First, your choice will greatly affect the way of traveling: it will determine the places you can go and the hassle you will have while going there. Second, in case you are going on an extended overland...
Ocean, desert, flowers, earthquake…

Ocean, desert, flowers, earthquake…

After weeks spent in busy Santiago, we enjoyed the silence for a while. Right after we left Santiago, we decided to go north – you’ve already seen pictures from the blooming desert, so here’s the rest. :) The first night outside in the...
Interview in the Weekend Knack

Interview in the Weekend Knack

In december 2015 Belgian journalist, Lien Lammar, asked us for an interview. Together with a picture taken by photographer Debbie Termonia it was published in the Weekend Knack – a popular Belgian magazine – in February 2016. Click here to the discover the...
Blooming Atacama desert

Blooming Atacama desert

During our stay in Santiago de Chile, we’ve heard and seen many stories about the blooming desert in Atacama. Since we were kind of in the area (as we explained to a few friends, 1700km is not really that close), we decided to have a look ourselves. Luckily,...
Wallaby videos-

Wallaby videos-

In the last post I mentioned the wallaby videos.  But WordPress is giving me trouble.  I am hopeful that you can see them here.  If not, I will load them on our YouTube page, which has some other entertaining videos also!  ...
Climbing and Lingering

Climbing and Lingering

We lingered around Port Townsend for at least a week. Great funky little town. I can’t recall ever seeing buskers with their own pianos, but there were at least two of them here. And, we all got to hang with our friends a bit longer, so we were in no hurry to...

Testosteron im Gepäck

Manchmal hätte ich gerne mehr Testosteron im Gepäck. Klingt erstmal komisch, ich erkläre Euch, was ich meine: Immer wieder stelle ich fest, dass Steffi und ich einen Hang haben, Herausforderungen ausführlichst zu durchdenken. Statt es einfach zu tun. Etwa im Gelände:...
Food!  Food in Baja…

Food! Food in Baja…

Click to view slideshow. Everyone loves food!  I would consider ourselves as amature foodies, who also love to cook and creating new drinks.  In our tiny home on wheels we made sure there was enough room for a two burner stove top, sink, full spice rack and the...
Ordnung im Camper

Ordnung im Camper

Wer Ordnung hält, ist nur zu faul zum Suchen. Wäre eigentlich mein Motto. Aber wer auf knapp 3 Quadratmetern entspannt wohnen will und seine freien Abende nicht mit herumkramen verbringen will, braucht Ordnung im Camper. Also ich brauche das. Ich werde wahnsinnig,...
Nominated for the Liebster Award

Nominated for the Liebster Award

Two weeks ago Linda, from lindaopreis.nl, awarded us the Liebster Award. Thank you Linda! What is the Liebster Award? It’s an online award given by bloggers to other bloggers (less than 1000 followers). It’s a way of recognizing them and helping them to be...
Gonzaga Bay, Baja California.

Gonzaga Bay, Baja California.

After a night in Puertecitos, we made the 50 km drive south to Bahia de San Luis Gonzaga (also known as “Gonzaga Bay”). The Wandrly crew had possible bad fuel from a Pemex station up the road so they were having a some issues climbing up the mountain roads...
Puertecitos Hot Springs, Baja California.

Puertecitos Hot Springs, Baja California.

On the weekends here in Baja, when Dan doesn’t need internet for the work week, we try to pick a spot that we couldn’t go otherwise. After work on Friday, we left San Felipe and made the drive across a few hundred kilometers of Baja California Norte with...

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