I am writing this as the girls sleep. We are parked outside the largest limestone mine in the world – Monsted – and the girls are having a much needed nap. Unlike our usual night-time routine, Noa and Lina have been staying up until around 10pm every night and sleeping in till about 8am. It’s what we had … More Quentin Tarantino was here.
Now to the girl who has no name… We are slowly confirming the name of the van (similar to Lina- took two weeks!) We have had lots of input from friends on Facebook (has been very entertaining – thank you people) but nothing has as yet stuck. Except for Danke van (our friend Leonie’s favourite and … More Danke Van
Note: This post has been written far too late and I may be including a little too much information! You might want a glass of red and a box of chocolate to read this longer post. I welcome your feedback for future posts. I love Holland. Always have. Even as a child I remember going to … More I love you Holland
It’s been three days in the van and we are on to night four. It’s 11.30 pm and I’ve had a glass of French red. Just giving you all the heads up. We crossed the border from Germany into Holland tonight – it was epic and seamless. I felt the energy shift as soon as … More Deutschland
Whoa! That’s how I feel a bit. We are here in Europe and this means we are here in Europe. All that planning, dreaming, calculating, thinking, exploring, investigating, pontificating, considering – and we are here. And it’s real. It’s rather incredible. We arrived in Hamburg Thursday night or actually it may have been Friday morning as … More Last night in a real bed – Hamburg
I have been writing this post over the last three weeks of being in Israel. It doesn’t have a lot to do with traveling with kids and a camper van but I feel the need to include it in my observations of travel in Israel. I will write a post about all that but if you’re interested … More Israel ramblings