Hook to Hercules

Last week, after dropping my parents back to Santander airport at the end of their visit over to stay with us in the campervan, we drove four hours west where we visited the Tower of Hercules in A Coruña which is the oldest lighthouse in the world located on the north west coast of Spain.… Continue reading Hook to Hercules

Our place in time – Exploring northern Spain

Having spent the last ten weeks driving through France and northern Spain, we’ve learned a lot about every province we have visited along the way. We’ve realised that every region sort of has a theme whether its historical, cultural, sport or alcohol related. Many of them are a combination of lots of interesting things and… Continue reading Our place in time – Exploring northern Spain

Intruders

When we decided to do join this van-life movement last winter and started to really research and plan how to actually do it, we weren’t in the least bit reluctant or scared and we were super focused and worked ridiculously hard to get ourselves on the road. One of the first things we did was… Continue reading Intruders

Livin’ on the edge in Basque country

Crossing the border from France into Spain was exciting, the countries were seperated by a little bridge where we were crossing with police cars showing presence on the French side and during our first few miles in a new country we immediately noticed a difference. The fuel prices are straight away at least 30cents cheaper,… Continue reading Livin’ on the edge in Basque country

Basque-ing in France

We left the coast where we were parked in the massive Landes pine forest under the lighthouse on a miserably rainy day. It had rained for two days and we hardly left our campervan at all in that time and finally we decided to hit the road. We could stick coastal and go south towards… Continue reading Basque-ing in France