There’s a little Steve Irwin in every Australian, you can’t deny it. Even if some of us might not have the courage to go swimming with crocodiles and sharks, we all share the same love for the great outdoors. The Australian nature is deeply ingrained within our DNA. Case in point: the large number of
Going camping with a motorhome is a way to unplug from our everyday lives without completely unplugging from some of the appliances and gadgets we’ve got so used to. TV watching has become so ingrained in our culture that many of us simply can’t imagine going a whole week without watching our favourite shows. Thankfully,
Summer has just arrived – the time of the year when our holiday priorities shift from grinding to not minding. This means your activities have just doubled in size – travelling, surfing, laying on the golden sands doing nothing and then some more slipping, slopping and slapping. Ah, the good life! But how does a
It’s called a recreational vehicle for a reason: it serves to provide you with everything you may need to recreate yourself away from home, from work and from the busy city life. My personal preference is driving away from the concrete heart of the city into the calm and green spaces on the outside, where
I am the happiest when it’s my turn to plan what we’re going to do the upcoming weekend. Not just because it’s such a pleasure for me to organize it, but because it’s a piece of cake – unlike for my wife, who stresses about tickets, clothing, company, reservations and all these kind of stuff.
There’s nothing better than discovering more of the world because this life was meant for more than just staying at one place all the time. I believe many of you would admit to being in some sort of a wanderlust mode, but you haven’t fully enjoyed unless you’ve considered making camping part of your travels