So as you all know, for the past 5 months or so Kyle and I have been travelling around Europe in a camper van. As I have been asked how much we have spent and how much is needed to save to survive Europe’s high prices I thought I would write a post on all the ins & outs of travelling on a budget in a campervan. Continue reading “The Ultimate Guide to Traveling Europe in a Campervan”
Leaving Portugal, we had no expectations as to what the Andalucian region of Spain had to offer or what the landscape was even like; and in my opinion, setting little to no expectations is the best way to travel. That way you are rarely left disappointed, and more usually pleasantly surprised. After travelling through Seville and Ronda, I couldn’t find this more true.
I knew I would be seeing some incredible places on my travels – but when you actually see these places in real life it’s like your eyes can’t actually comprehend what is in front of you. I’m usually having to pinch myself in disbelief. Especially when I saw some of the beaches through the North coast of Spain. Two in particular..
Literally the night before we headed to San Sebastián Kyle asked me, “what do we do during the day if it’s raining?”. I am so convinced he jinxed us and am holding him partly responsible 😉, because the next day we woke up and it was absolutely miserable outside.