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Where have all the PLUGS gone ? (Living in a box No 2)

After 6 weeks “on the road” washing has become a little easier and most clothes dry in a day, so long as we can find a tree to attach our washing line to. Still amazing how France,Spain,Portugal & Morocco DO…

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The Coast Road, heading South

We left Meknes early in the morning with the intention of stopping in Casablanca on the West coast. I think most western people have the romantic image of the city after the old black and white film using the same…

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Colonel K hits Morocco

After a very early start (from our Supermarket carpark), we headed off in the dark to Algeciras Port to catch the ferry to Tangier in Morocco. I had forgotten how rubbish the headlights were on our 20 year old Daf…

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Return to Spain

We left Aljezur with a lovely empty laundry basket, and once again headed towards the West coast, this time to Praia De Borderia. The beach here is unbelievably wide, with huge sand dunes. The problem was it was just a…

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It’s Wash Out day….

It’s not raining, it’s a wash out day, but I’ll come to that in a bit…… We are slowly edging down the coast of Portugal towards the Algarve. The place is absolutely beautiful at the moment, with wild flowers everywhere,…

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Beach Bums

After leaving Estarreja (see last post), we  drove down the Portugese coast to Praia de Mira, we found a nice spot alongside the beach. The trouble is, Colonel K attracts a lot of interest in these parts. There were people…

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The 1st breakages….

After leaving Vitoria-Gasteiz in Spain, we decided to head West towards Portugal, and stop off at the City of Salamanca before the border. This was an all day drive as we tried (sometimes unsuccessfully) to stay off the Spanish Motorways,…

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Viva Espana

We have now crossed the “border” into Spain, and tonight parked up just outside the town of Vitoria-Gastiez. While looking for a suitable spot to spend the night, we made the crazy error of driving right through the city Centre,…

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Living in a box !

Our Box is 8ft x 16ft ( 2.4m x 4.8 m) living accommodation. We haven’t killed each other yet ! You really need to be aware of each other and side step at the appropriate time, otherwise belly barging or…

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Starting to Chill now……

We have come to decide that Normandy is not as motorhome friendly as it first seemed (unless that motorhome is based on a Ford Fiesta!). Everywhere we tried to get at, had either, a 2.0m height restriction, or a 3.5…

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