Vandog Traveller http://vandogtraveller.com Quit job, build campervan, travel Thu, 22 Jun 2017 12:12:27 +0000 en-US hourly 1 It’s ready: How to Live in a Van and Travel – ebook available now! http://vandogtraveller.com/campervan-travel-book/ http://vandogtraveller.com/campervan-travel-book/#comments Sat, 10 Jun 2017 21:28:40 +0000 http://vandogtraveller.com/?p=11908 Here it is. This is what I’ve been working on for the past several months (that’s an understatement). Introducing my 2nd book: How to Live in a Van and Travel If you want to do something similar to what I’ve done – live a mobile life full of adventure and freedom – or just escape […]

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Here it is. This is what I’ve been working on for the past several months (that’s an understatement).

Introducing my 2nd book: How to Live in a Van and Travel

If you want to do something similar to what I’ve done – live a mobile life full of adventure and freedom – or just escape in a campervan for a few weeks – this book shows you how.

Get it now

The ebook is now available through the Amazon bookstore or also as as a PDF download using PayPal (just like my first ebook)

For more details on the book, and how to buy it, go here: How to Live in a Van and Travel – Book

Thank you!

My first ebook did better than I ever thought. Thank you, everyone, for supporting me. If it wasn’t for this blog, and for you reading it, neither of these books would exist.

This book took way longer than I thought it would. I put a lot of stuff on hold to get it finished and I left many messages unreplied – I’m sorry. But I hope, from the value that this book gives people, that it’s worth it.

But what about the print version?

There will be an actual paperback print copy at some point. Right now I’m going through the proofing process with the printing company – Ingram. I’ll keep you posted.

Can I ask for your help?

I hate trying to sell stuff. I don’t like to annoy you, constantly telling you about my new (bloody) book. If you know people who you think might like this book please show them this page. It would help a lot if you could share on social media, interest groups and things like that. I think this book will help out a lot of people.

As usual, any questions, comments or suggestions in the comments below 🙂 Now I need to sleep.

Edit: P.S. if you have an audience (through a blog, Youtube, social media, podcast etc) get in touch if you’d like a review copy of the book.

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How to have a nice hot bath when you live in a van http://vandogtraveller.com/hot-bath-van-living/ http://vandogtraveller.com/hot-bath-van-living/#comments Wed, 07 Jun 2017 15:00:06 +0000 http://vandogtraveller.com/?p=11741 When you live in a van it’s not often you get to have a hot bath. But luckily I’m in Italy… This country has loads of natural hot springs and thermal baths. Some have been turned into paid spa places but many are open and free for everyone to enjoy. The hot water comes out of […]

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When you live in a van it’s not often you get to have a hot bath. But luckily I’m in Italy…

This country has loads of natural hot springs and thermal baths. Some have been turned into paid spa places but many are open and free for everyone to enjoy.

The hot water comes out of the ground

And runs into several different pools

A good hot bath

The locals love it

The clay has special properties

It’s rich in silica, sulfur, selenium, calcium, lithium, and radium which can be absorbed through the skin. Apparently that’s a good thing.

But don’t use it in your hair!

Oh yeah our guest here is Michely from Brazil. See this post: Her first time camping. Her first time in a van

This picture doesn’t really fit in to the story. I just liked it

Oh and there’s loads of space here to freecamp here. No problem

Where is this place?

Near Viterbo, Italy. Here: Map

But there are loads of free natural hot springs in this area of Italy – Lazio just north of Rome. Also many in Tuscany. Saturnia hot springs look amazing and worth checking out if you’re near. Google map link: Map

So I’m slowly heading north through Italy. If you have any place suggestions or requests… leave a comment below 🙂

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Her first time camping. Her first time in a van http://vandogtraveller.com/first-time-camping-first-time-van/ http://vandogtraveller.com/first-time-camping-first-time-van/#comments Wed, 07 Jun 2017 14:51:58 +0000 http://vandogtraveller.com/?p=11724 This blog is a story. But I also like to mix in useful information that I think could be helpful or interesting to others. So this post is a bit of both: First, a story. And then Michely shares some thoughts on living/travelling in a van – her first time van experience. In fact, it’s […]

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This blog is a story. But I also like to mix in useful information that I think could be helpful or interesting to others.

So this post is a bit of both: First, a story. And then Michely shares some thoughts on living/travelling in a van – her first time van experience. In fact, it’s her first time ever camping!

I met this girl

I got her a drink

She’s always lived in a proper house with a proper bathroom

So she packed a bag and we went camping

Side note: Italy has some narrow streets

CAMPING!

We were next to these thermal baths

See the post: How to have a nice hot bath when you live in a van

She also has a camera. We took photos…

And explored a bit of Italy

This is Citiva in Italy. Map link: Map

And danced a bit

Sunset at the lake

We made dinner in the van

And played the chords D, G, A

Living in a van is very normal for me now. I forgot that maybe it’s not so normal for many people. So I thought I’d ask Michely some questions for this blog post. Maybe it’s interesting.

How was your first experience camping in a van?
Do you know that film Into the wild? So… its how I felt… For me it was awesome, I always thought about travel in a trailer or something like that, for me it was a nice experience.

Do you think it’s for everyone?
Well… to travel for some days yes, everyone can do it. But live, its more complicated. Because you have to give up some things, like shower everyday, eat in a big table, space for keeping a lot of stuffs, being always far away of your family and friends. But in the other side its good have a simple life, being free, making new friends in the road. I think its worth it, I think I could used to it.

Do you think living in a van is more difficult for girls? (I often get asked this)
I don’t think so… maybe its more difficult for some kind of people, but it’s not about being a girl or a guy. Its a life style, and I know a lot of adventurous girls who would love to live in a van and travel.

What do you think is the most difficult?
Cannot have a lot of showers because water is limited. Maybe in the winter time would be more difficult because of the cold.

What was the best part?
Waking up and drinking a tea sat on the step of the van, watching the landscape and nature. Feeling the mix of wind and sun in my face… it was amazing. Made me think about a lot of things…

What would your friends say?
Hum… some of my friends would love the idea, and maybe be jealous of me, hehe! But another friends would tell me I am a crazy gipsy.

Cool. That’s it. Feel free to share your first time van experiences in the comments. Or whatever 🙂

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I left the van and flew to Nepal. Here’s what I did http://vandogtraveller.com/travelling-nepal/ http://vandogtraveller.com/travelling-nepal/#comments Thu, 25 May 2017 11:21:09 +0000 http://vandogtraveller.com/?p=11674 I often let myself get diverted. I follow interesting things that come up. For me it’s what travelling is about. And this was probably one of the best diversions I’ve taken. So I left the van in Rome and took a last minute trip to Nepal This post doesn’t have much to do with van-travel. But I still […]

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I often let myself get diverted. I follow interesting things that come up. For me it’s what travelling is about. And this was probably one of the best diversions I’ve taken.

So I left the van in Rome and took a last minute trip to Nepal

This post doesn’t have much to do with van-travel. But I still want to share my time in Nepal with you – in 33 photos… It’s a long one

I said bye to the van and got on a plane

To Kathmandu

I met up with Finn

It’s pretty hectic here

This is what the people look like

We ate food we’d never heard of before

And tried out some new clothes

Then we went to the mountains (Nagarkot)

And met some cool people… and animals

I took part in a vision quest

Sleeping under the stars. No food or entertainment for 4 days. Huge view of the Himalayas. Amazing experience

And then we got a bus to Chitwan

The roads are like this

Extra strong, double framed bicycles are needed

Elephants walk the streets

We came here to go to the jungle

So we took a boat – a hollowed out tree – down the river

They’ve got crocs!

It was hot. We swam.

The water is where the Rhinos spend most of their time

Tigers roam these marshlands

Ahhh. The jungle life

Sunset. Home time. We’d spent 2 days in the jungle

Then another bus to Pokhara

It’s a smallish town by a lake

Way more chilled than Kathmandu

We shared this room. It cost just $5 between us per night

We ate a LOT of food

Samosa

Baji

Eggroll!

I hope they never get a Tescos

4AM: we biked up a mountain. Misty sunrise mission

Back to this…

Oh yeah and the dentists here are genuinely excellent

It’s nice to know how easy and possible this is. I can just leave the van somewhere and get on a plane. I’m not tied down to rent or bills of a house.

The van can either be left in a campsite or in a safe ‘lock-up’ area or even just a safe street. But I payed 70 Euros for one month with 24hr security – my whole life is in there so the security is worth it.

But yeah, Nepal is amazing. The people and the land and the food and… I’d hugely recommend it to anyone.

Anyway, back to the van 😃

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Announcement: About my next book, How to Live in a Van and Travel http://vandogtraveller.com/announcement-book-van-travel/ http://vandogtraveller.com/announcement-book-van-travel/#comments Fri, 14 Apr 2017 10:31:07 +0000 http://vandogtraveller.com/?p=11642 You probably know by now: my second book is coming. I’ve been working on this for well over a year. It’s time to release it really soon! UPDATE: The Ebook is now available for preorder here: UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0714DVK5Q US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0714DVK5Q If you missed the announcement, see this video So in this post I’ll give you a bit […]

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You probably know by now: my second book is coming. I’ve been working on this for well over a year. It’s time to release it really soon!

UPDATE: The Ebook is now available for preorder here:

UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0714DVK5Q

US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0714DVK5Q

If you missed the announcement, see this video

So in this post I’ll give you a bit of an overview of the book – including chapter listing – plus a few more details.

Here’s the title: How to live in a van and travel

And the subtitle: Live everywhere, be free and have adventures in a campervan or motorhome – your home on wheels

Here’s the front cover

Here’s the front and back (for print)

The contents listing

1. Introduction
2. My story: quit job, build campervan, travel
3. About the van life
4. Get your van
5. Prepare for take off
6. Make a run for it
7. Freecamping & where to stay
8. Toilet & washing
9. Cooking & eating
10. Van safety
11. Travelling happy
12. Entertainment & technology
13. Staying connected
14. Making money on the road
15. Van maintenance & problems
16. Fears, excuses & actually doing it
17. An overview of my van
18. I think that’s about it

Why this book?

The reaction from my first ebook (From Van to Home) was better than I ever thought. This new one is pretty much a continuation from where that left off. And like the first it’s based on many of the messages and questions I often get.

This book is for you if:

  • You’re interested in living and/or travelling in a converted van or vehicle, whether it’s short or long term
  • You want solutions to the practical problems of living and travelling in a van
  • You’re wondering if the van life is right for you and you want to get a bit of a taste of what it’s like and what’s involved
  • You have the urge to go out into the world to travel, explore and experience a huge amount of freedom
  • You want to know that this can be done – and for as long as you want
  • You’ve always wanted to do this but for whatever reason you STILL haven’t

When can you get it?

The ebook version will come first. I’ll probably make it available for pre-order in the next couple of weeks on Amazon. As always, blog subscribers will be first to know but I’ll also announce it on social media.

I’ll need a few more weeks to get the printed copy finalised (I have to wait for proof copies in the post etc.) so that will come about one month after the ebook release. Or I could wait and release them both together? suggestions welcome in comments below.

That’s it for now

I really think this book is going to help a lot people who want to do what I have done. It’s all in here.

And sorry things have been so slow with the blog recently, and me being slow with replies. I hope the value of this book will be something much more lasting and wide-reaching than my replies in private messages.

Thanks to the people who have reached out to give tips and help. If you have any more (advice, comments, suggestions – or questions) comment below.

I’m quite excited. But at the same time I’m sick of talking about this bloody book. I can’t believe it’s coming to completion 😃

UPDATE: The Ebook is now available for preorder here:

UK: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0714DVK5Q

US: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0714DVK5Q

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Sicily by Campervan – highlights in 15 photos plus locations http://vandogtraveller.com/sicily-campervan-highlights-15-photos-plus-locations/ http://vandogtraveller.com/sicily-campervan-highlights-15-photos-plus-locations/#comments Fri, 14 Apr 2017 09:12:19 +0000 http://vandogtraveller.com/?p=11616 After spending the coldest part of the winter in Sardinia (see post: Sardinia by campervan) I went to visit the Mediterranean’s biggest island, Sicily. Here are the highlights of my few weeks in Sicily by campervan – in 15 photos. The numbers on the map below correspond to the photos. Enjoy! Here’s my route through […]

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After spending the coldest part of the winter in Sardinia (see post: Sardinia by campervan) I went to visit the Mediterranean’s biggest island, Sicily.

Here are the highlights of my few weeks in Sicily by campervan – in 15 photos. The numbers on the map below correspond to the photos. Enjoy!

Here’s my route through Sicily

1. I got a boat to Palermo (from Cagliari, Sardinia)

Here’s an alright place to park/camp for the city: https://goo.gl/maps/hjiJ4HCLUNt

2. I rode my bike up to Monte Caputo

It’s about 10 miles out of Palermo. The town of Monreale is just behind this shot – known for its Byzantine cathedral built in to the rocks

3. I stopped to look at the views

This is looking down at Castellammare del Golfo – a medieval fortress town

4. And camped on San Vito Lo Capo

5. Here’s a great camping spot

Location: https://goo.gl/maps/tG2KDt2nURq

There’s a few km of unspoilt coastline…

A few other vans about

6. And load of ancient things. This is the best preserved Greek temple in the world – temple of Segesta

7. I carried on going East along the south coast

This is the Stair of the Turks on the Realmonte coast – a limestone cliff eroded into stairs (kind of) by the sea

8. I went through ‘the valley of the temples’

It’s the largest archaeological site in the world according to Wikipedia

9. This is the most southern tip of Sicily – and a great camping spot

Here’s the location: https://goo.gl/maps/qcgasRE936G2

10. I found this hidden beach

Spiaggia delFaro Massolivieri. Location: https://goo.gl/maps/EecRiCDWe3x

And then mount Etna appeared – one of the the most active volcanos in the world

At night I saw a red smudge high up in the sky. It took me a while to realise that it was molten rock flowing down the mountain. Etna had just erupted.

11. Catania, Sicily’s second biggest city, sits at the foot of the volcano

In 1669 is was covered in Lava (from Mt. Etna), destroying everything

12. So I went to climb it

I tried to make a video but I wasn’t able to use the camera from the crazy hail and the wind

13. Many times I got reminded of Greece

I just looked this place up and realised this place was actually an ancient Greek city, Naxos.

14. Last stop: this island you can wade out to

It’s just in front of the town of Taormina

15. And then I got a boat to mainland Italy

I drove to Messina in the top north eastern corner of the island and got on a boat to mainland Italy (Villa San Giovanni). It’s just a couple of miles of water and took about 20 minutes and cost 55Euros.

Would I recommend coming to Sicily in a van? totally! even without a van. I feel like I’ve only just touched the surface really. Oh and the food is really good – a mixture of all the best foods – Arab, Spanish, Italian, French.

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Sardinia by campervan – highlights in 16 photos http://vandogtraveller.com/sardinia-by-campervan-highlights/ http://vandogtraveller.com/sardinia-by-campervan-highlights/#comments Thu, 16 Mar 2017 07:31:25 +0000 http://vandogtraveller.com/?p=11585 I spent winter travelling through Sardinia in my van. Here are the highlights in 16 photos, and the route I took. The numbers on the map below correspond to the photos. Enjoy! Here’s my route – Porto Torres to Cagliari I started here, Pelosa Beach (1) Zero people here I camped here, Capo Caccia, for […]

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I spent winter travelling through Sardinia in my van. Here are the highlights in 16 photos, and the route I took. The numbers on the map below correspond to the photos. Enjoy!

Here’s my route – Porto Torres to Cagliari

I started here, Pelosa Beach (1)

Zero people here

I camped here, Capo Caccia, for a while (2)

There’s this huge cave underneath (I didn’t know)

I drove along the dirt tracks (3)

To the north coast via Castelsardo (4)

I found some amazing bits of paradise in the east (5)

That’s when the van broke down

See this post to see how I fixed it: The van broke down – 3 days in a 3 minute video

I carried on down the East coast (6)

See this post: Wildcamping on the east coast of Sardinia – with coordinates

This is a sun rise

I went inland through the mountains (7)

But it was too icy

Back to the coast (west)

See post on good camping area on the west coast: Camping on the West coast of Sardinia in 10 photos – with location

There are endless tracks to explore

And loads of places to camp

I got to the capital, Cagliari, in the south

From here I got a boat to Sicily

Sardinia is a quiet place in Winter. There was hardly anyone here but was a perfect place to finish writing my second book – see the video if you missed the announcement. And as for escaping winter, it was a good choice and it was relatively dry and warm (more so than Greece – my first van-winter).

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Camping on the West coast of Sardinia in 10 photos – with location http://vandogtraveller.com/wildcamping-west-sardinia-campervan/ http://vandogtraveller.com/wildcamping-west-sardinia-campervan/#comments Thu, 16 Mar 2017 07:09:35 +0000 http://vandogtraveller.com/?p=11568 In the last post I showed you a nice spot on Sardinia’s East coast – see here. So let me show you a nice area on the West coast. All of this area is good for camping All the following photos are from in this red circle The sand on this beach is made of […]

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In the last post I showed you a nice spot on Sardinia’s East coast – see here. So let me show you a nice area on the West coast.

All of this area is good for camping

All the following photos are from in this red circle

The sand on this beach is made of white quartz

There’s pretty much no one here in winter

A few locals at the weekend

It’s all very calm

No waves

Wild and unspoilt

Nature is left to grow

These are everywhere

All of this space is open!

The best bit: you can camp right on the beach

Thanks to the person who suggested this area. I may not be able to always reply to every single comment but I do read them 🙂

See the next post: Sardinia by campervan – highlights in 16 photos

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Recommended products: camping and van living http://vandogtraveller.com/recommended-products-camping-van-living/ http://vandogtraveller.com/recommended-products-camping-van-living/#comments Thu, 09 Mar 2017 12:05:04 +0000 http://vandogtraveller.com/?p=11774 Here are some of the products I either use myself or recommend for those who want to live and travel in a campervan. Camping chair I have a couple of these I keep on the van’s roof-rack. They are cheap but mine seemed to have lasted a long time. Another good place to buy these […]

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Here are some of the products I either use myself or recommend for those who want to live and travel in a campervan.

Camping chair

I have a couple of these I keep on the van’s roof-rack. They are cheap but mine seemed to have lasted a long time. Another good place to buy these chairs is Decathlon – all over Europe

buy

Fold up camping table

battery isolation switch

Really useful for taking things outside – having dinner and breakfast outside. Folds away quickly and easily stores on my van’s roof

BUY  Or click here for Amazon US

Head torch

battery isolation switch

A must have. This thing is one of the most useful things. Cooking outside, fixing the engine, finding things I’ve lost in the van or just exploring the woods at night.

BUY Or click here for Amazon US

Good quality torch – Very powerful

It think this is better than my LED maglite. It’s expensive but it’s a very good bit of kit. Torches always break. This doesn’t. It looks small but don’t be fooled! Also be careful of buying on ebay – there are some cheap fake ones that are inferior quality

BUY Or click here for Amazon US

Hose pipe – for filling water tank

I have a 5m length of flexible hosepipe for filling my on-board water tank. I keep it coiled up on the roof. You can buy this from any garden/home store

buy Or click here for Amazon US

Hose pipe connector

I have this connected to one end of the hose pipe. It’s a push connector that will push fit to a threaded tap connector (listed below). These brass fittings are worth the extra money because the plastic ones often split.

buy Or click here for Amazon US

Threaded tap connector 1/2″

Most taps in Europe have a a thread. I just screw this on and connect the hosepipe using the hose pipe connector above. I also have a 3/4″ version and a 5/8″. With these 3 sizes I’m always able to get water from the tap to fill my tank

BUY Or click here for Amazon US

Portable cooker

Useful for cooking outside or taking on a picnic, but also useful as an emergency cooker if the van cooker fails or I run out of gas.

BUY Or click here for Amazon US

LPG adaptors – set

I carry these so I can always fill up my gas tank all over Europe. Different countries use different connectors. These just quickly screw on and off by hand.

BUY Or click here for Amazon US

Soapnut

This is what I mention is my book as a natural and eco-friend detergent. Read more on amazon if you’ve never head of these. It’s good for van-living – and any sensitive environments where dumping harsh detergent on the ground is not so cool

BUY Or click here for Amazon US

Solar camping shower

These things are not so tough and the handles often break. But they are good for the summer and for festivals. The water heats up nicely and you can either hang it in a tree and shower or just hold it above your head

BUY Or click here for Amazon US

Portapotti

This isn’t the toilet I have but it’s pretty much the same – mine is just built in. IF you need a toilet in your camepervan, this is a good quick and neat option. Thetford are pretty much the leaders when it comes to these kinds of toilets – just check out the Amazon reviews.

BUY Or click here for Amazon US

Large sleeping bag

This is the sleeping bag I have. It’s super warm and it’s XL size – way more comfortable than a normal single size bag. The lining is also cotton which I find more comfortable than nylon or silk, like in many other bags. It was £28 on Amazon when I bought it – seems to have gone up.

BUY Or click here for Amazon US

Hot water bottle

A must have for every campervan. In winter – or when I’m high up in the mountains – I put one of these in my sleeping bag at night. It makes a huge difference. This particular one is good quality, German made.

BUY Or click here for Amazon US

Flexible bucket

I use one of these (kept in my van’s bathroom) for storage and also for washing clothes. They are made from flexible soft rubber and are very tough.

BUY Or click here for Amazon US

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Wildcamping on the east coast of Sardinia – with coordinates http://vandogtraveller.com/wildcamping-east-sardinia-campervan/ http://vandogtraveller.com/wildcamping-east-sardinia-campervan/#comments Wed, 01 Mar 2017 07:58:38 +0000 http://vandogtraveller.com/?p=11559 Sardinia has loads of good wildcamping spots. Here’s one of them. It’s a large area along the beach (map below) with load of good camping spots. I tried to capture the feel… I found this nice camping spot It’s on the east coast of Sardinia Location: Click to see on Google maps Coordinates: 40.345688, 9.690088 And […]

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Sardinia has loads of good wildcamping spots. Here’s one of them. It’s a large area along the beach (map below) with load of good camping spots. I tried to capture the feel…

I found this nice camping spot

It’s on the east coast of Sardinia

Location: Click to see on Google maps
Coordinates: 40.345688, 9.690088

And then I found this bridge

It goes to the beach

And there’s this lagoon bit

But if you keep going further…

There’s loads of woodland along the beach

It has this kind of feel to it…

And if you keep going further… you get stuck in the sand

I think I made the right choice coming here for winter. Wildcamping is great and so is the nature.

Although, there’s hardly anyone on this island during winter but it has been the perfect opportunity to finish what I’ve been working on for the past year. More to come 🙂

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