What you need to make a trip of a lifetime

We were slightly nervous before our RV trip to Asia. This one would have to be done a little differently. Some legalities can prevent you from openly traveling by road between countries in Asia. Instead of using one RV to travel between all the countries we wanted to see, we decided to book an RV […]

A Real-Time Out in France and an excellent Raclette

  After all the preparations for months, driving, we didn’t get the chance to close our eyes and focus on what’s around us. We decided to stay a bit longer and concentrate on the Feeling called “Time Out.” Everybody uses words differently, but for us, it meant not knowing when we would leave and forget […]

Traveling By RV Can Save You Money

One of the most significant benefits of traveling by RV is the amount of money you can save over traditional modes of travel. According to data from RVIA, a family of four can save up 59% on a trip by traveling in a motorhome. Traveling by RV is even more economical for more extensive travel […]

RV Travel Brings The Whole Family Together

  Family-Friendly RV Traveling by RV is a superb way to experience the country with the entire family and create memories that will last a lifetime. RVs are designed to encourage interaction and communication through innovative seating arrangements. The panoramic view of the large windows is superior to what is possible in other types of […]

Short stop at the Lake Serre-Ponçon

Our trip lasts many months, and so we concentrate a lot on gas station prices! It seems like child’s play, but we are starting to like it. The prices are usually higher than in Spain and change a lot from one gas station to another. We found one that was very well priced, and without […]

Leaving Cassis and its Route des Cretes in la Provence

The French Alpes After our amazing trip next to the French Coastline and our crazy night in Cassis, we have decided to drive to the Snow. Geicy has never seen the snow, so that made the decision very easy and fun. Brazil is a bit short of Snow… After a bit of investigation, I had […]

The magic of the Port of Cassis

  On the Road again As we left Carcassonne, we wanted to get close to the Coastline again, so we headed to Cassis. Why Cassis, your ask? Because of… Qu’a visit Paris, se noun a vist Cassis, pou dire: n’ai rèn visit”. the translation is; The person who has visited Paris and has not visited […]

Our first Accident with our RV

RVs and RoadWorks We have driven over the countryside of Spain and France till now. Sometimes I visited some small towns, and it wasn’t a problem. But now getting to a city called Carcassonne and its surroundings are full of Road works. The streets that we were supposed to take aren’t open because of these […]