Don't count your chickens. Have you read Death on the Nile .
Have a good hol.
I know I should be feeling guilty for calling myself a wildcamping motorhomer when I'm about to have someone drive me on a coach, which will take me to a river cruise boat in Cologne for a cruise down the Rhine. Someone will cook for me, tidy my room, serve me drinks and take me to interesting places, but I'm not at all guilty about not having to empty the loo, chase water, wonder whether someone will complain about me, or worry about the mad axeman that roams wildcamping sites in the night.
Ha ha enjoy.
Do feel I need to say I keep my axe hanging on a peg next to nab door though, I dont tend to go wandering round at night with it
Don't Worry, Be Happy
Ha ha.I know where you're coming from.I had 3 weeks in an all inclusive hotel last year and it was a bit different from having to worry about all the mains services in the motorhome.
The worrying thing was that I quite enjoyed it for a change.I'll never get rid of the van though,it's great having it on the drive and the freedom to go anywhere on a whim.
mid winter most years we fly to the canaries for a couple of weeks sun, intention is to do it november and feb when weve retired, just use the van for short breaks in the uk in warmer weather.
After nearly 20 years motorhoming, we have been forced to give up and sell the van.
When The Child Bride gets over the shingles, we plan to take advantage of all the other alternatives that have come along in the years, since.
AirB&B, Booking.com, Interrail Passes .. You name it, we'll be there.
We don't have as many years ahead to budget for, now.
Hope you have a great trip and enjoy being spoilt.
After living in the MH for five months we were sick of the sight of it! Stuck on the same campsite for three months and on our drive for two months wasn't what I would call wildcamping or enjoyable. We had to be close to home to project manage renovations being carried out on the house. Had we been able to travel we would have enjoyed it, as we have done in the past, it didn't help that is was late autumn/winter time either.
Enjoy your trip.
Motorhomes still in two minds what to do I miss it, but with the health limitations time away is far more complicated than I like
THat said for the first time in years stopped away from home this weekend and found myself lodged in a real ale pub (sympathy appreciated) I did do a meal en plein air though in Lllandullas from scratch partly as part of a work project
THe Band B except there was no B was £50 for the night with a kitchenette for more food , The place warm and comfy and compared to some of the commercial sites I thought it value. Stopped at a place called the Raven in a village called lllan something I can neither spell it nor pronounce it nuch to the locals amusement but near Ruthin
So a break from camping and slumming it on a cruise or pub make refreshing change
The pub and village shop is community ran so it was good to spend money in that way
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