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Above water? Reassuring as haven’t found the switch fitted to put our into submarine mode. Arrived (dry) to walk from Longshaw Estate & eat at Grindleford Station, where they serve several flavours of cardiovascular disease on a plate

Speist ihr auch wie die Könige unterwegs oder haltet ihr es eher rustikal und einfach? 🍽 📸by Eric Bartel ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 🚗 Lada Niva 5 Türer ⛺️ Autocamp Family 160 🌎 Rogowo, Polen

Erstmal Christkindlmarkt Kaltenberg, dann Therme Bad Wörishofen. Es wird ein schöner Tag. First Christmas market Kaltenberg, then spa Bad Wörishofen. It will be a beautiful day.

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A great and forgotten place in Arashiyama very close to the bamboo forest :) via /r/travel


Vegan Gains - Van Life Vlogmas 2019
Ivory 1949 Emerson Model 581 Plaskon AM Tube Radio Golden Age Beauty!

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Bluenose II docked at Lunenburg ⛵


The original Bluenose was built in 1921 in Nova Scotia. This historic racing schooner was also built for fishing. It can be found on the back of the Canadian dime.



Day In The Life Van Life California - Van Life Vlogmas 2019


It was our last night here in Bucegi National Park. We’d left the crowded valley below for the heights of the Bucegi mountains, up a winding series of rough but incredible roads to arrive at a golden grass-covered plateau.⁣

It seemed impossible that we could not get the chance to see a bear in this area so famous for them, where they were so commonplace that people were forced to lock their bins in cages and build fences around the forest for protection.⁣

It seemed like the ideal place to spot a bear, although admittedly we knew very little about the habits of bears being from Cornwall where the most dangerous thing you’d encounter was a badger.⁣

We chose a quiet corner of the forest, tucked between a winding stream and some marshy grass that we nearly got our van stuck in, nearby to some holes in the cliff that looked suspiciously like bear caves.⁣

We were all set up for a stake out, and we were just serving up dinner when someone started honking their horn at us from the road. We knew as soon as we saw the blue flashing lights that we were in trouble with the police, as although Romanians tended to flout the rules when it came to just about anything this was in fact a No Camping area. Thankfully they didn’t fine us, but they did tell us we had to move up to the fenced-in camping area so we would be safe from the bears.

Obviously, this was the exact opposite of what we wanted, and so after dinner we grabbed our torch and set off on a nighttime safari in a last ditch attempt to see a bear. Our nerves were strung high as we wove through the forest of a gravelly dirt track, imagining every time we rounded a corner that we would see a huge bundle of fur blocking the road. We were both excited and terrified, but gradually our terror was replaced by frustration and a little disappointment as we made it back to the main road with no sightings.⁣

Needless to say we panicked, being the only people around in this whole area and knowing that our slow old van would never be able to outrun the police, and sure enough they’d caught us up in a matter of minutes. We pulled over, expecting a lecture on the danger of bears and the illegality of wild camping, but to our surprise they drove right past us and sped away into the distance.⁣

We let out a massive sigh of relief and returned to the campsite, thwarted once more in our final attempt to see a bear, as tomorrow we would be heading West, toward the wild heart of Transylvania and the border with Serbia.⁣