Caravan Adventures in Evora, Portugal

We came, we saw, we ate, we laughed and we worked – HARD! So far, this project tips the scales when it comes to workload. Our host, Rute’s, farm is absolutely, breathtakingly beautiful. Set in the countryside about 30mins from Evora with olive groves and fruit trees, stables for the 4 horses, a lovable farm…

Surf’s Up

The ‘Hang loose’ or ‘Shaka’ sign is one that is handed out freely amongst all in the surfing community. It has a multitude of meanings, thanks; cool; yeah; hello and goodbye. The most authentic of meanings being that of where the gesture originated, Hawaii. Hawaiian people say that it’s a sign of Aloha (Appreciation and…

Central Portugal- The First Stop On Our Volunteer Tour

We are 4 weeks into our caravanning, volunteer tour of Europe and I thought it was about time to let you know what it’s really like being part of a nomadic worldschooling, workaway family. So let’s begin… Week 1- Casa do Pisao, Azere We couldn’t have asked for a better start to our Workaway experience….

The Journey Begins

After 18 months of talking we finally took the plunge, packed up the last of our remaining possessions, hitched up the caravan and headed to Portsmouth. The biggest challenge this week will be summing up the first 7 days into one blog post! To begin with we spent a relaxing 2 days at the Caravan…

Down To The Wire

So a couple of weeks on from our last blog post and how things have changed! Last month we were eagerly awaiting our loan caravan, as well as, our new personalised towing jacket. This month we are hurriedly giving our 15 year old Bailey of Bristol ‘Carolina’ a major overhaul. Those of you who follow…

Preparing For A Year On The Road

In the blink of an eye we’re a month away from heading off on our travels. The last few weeks have involved an enormous amount of organisation and preparation so I thought it may be of interest to outline exactly what has gone into preparing for this journey in the form of a checklist. Now…

2 Months To Go

  Well the title says it all! I can’t believe we are finally down to the last 2 months. January was a blur. A month of checklists, meetings, a radio interview, a guest appearance on a podcast, car viewings and much time spent reading government guidance on what to do in the event of a…

It’s Beginning To Look a Lot Like Christmas…

Well there you have it, we’ve come full circle and winter is once again upon us. I’ll start things off with an update- As those of you who follow us on Instagram and Twitter will know, we shared some very exciting news recently. Adria UK will be supporting Our Travelling Family’s volunteer tour next year…

What We’ve Learnt After 1 Year of (Caravan) Living

Wow! That has come around quickly. Just over a year ago our family embarked on an adventure that none of us were prepared for. And in those 365 days we have learnt so much more about ourselves and life in general. So, firstly, to my fam- you guys rock! I know it hasn’t always been…