We were in San Francisco by the Golden Gate bridge, being tourists taking photos of each other when Michael noticed a couple in wedding outfits. It was just the two of them taking a selfie with a phone. He couldn’t help but approach and offer to take some photos for them. It turns out they got married only moments earlier, just the two of them in the City Hall. They had their photos taken there but wanted to come to Vera’s favourite place, Golden Gate bridge, afterwards. Mark and Vera we are so glad you did! It was such a pleasure meeting you, thank you for being so open and comfortable in our presence just minutes after meeting for the first time. It left us giggling and in a great mood for the rest of the day. Some things are just meant to be 🙂 (more…)

We packed up a small tent and without booking anywhere headed to Snowdonia National Park in north Wales. (more…)

It’s no secret we are coffee lovers and often structure our free days around coffee shop visits. So when we crossed the USA & Canada from coast to coast we looked for unique independent coffee shops to sample. (more…)

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  • Robin

    We never did get a chance to meet. Unfortunate. I’ll keep an eye on your travels via instagram if I see your close coffee is on me!! ReplyCancel

    • Shame we didn’t! Hope you are both well and if we do somewhere bump into each other that would be great 🙂ReplyCancel

Europe to…?

After dreaming about road tripping in our VW Bus through the Rocky Mountains, Pacific North West and speaking to a few travelers who had shipped vehicles across continents, we worked out that it might actually be doable. (more…)

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  • Great article! We are going to do a similar trip! And what about the policy insurance for drive in Canada? Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Thanks so much for sharing! Sounds like a fantastic trip…perhaps someday!ReplyCancel

    • Thank you so much, we love your blog and what you do. Most of our trips and days on the road are inspired by where we can sample new coffee. We are planning a trip to the Nordics in the next few years in our Vw Bus we’d love to meet you and your family 🙂 xReplyCancel

  • Awesome write up guys!! Thanks for sharing this. Although it would be different for us shipping from Australia, it gives us a bit more insight to the process, and that hopefully we can make it happen too!ReplyCancel

    • We’re so glad it was useful, we have friends who shipped from LA to Australia and all over the world and costs or the process seem to be similar-ish. Hopefully you will make it happen, either way we love following your adventures anywhere you are 🙂

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  • summerofseventyfive

    Awesome write up guys!! Thanks for sharing this. Although it would be different for us shipping from Australia, it gives us a bit more insight to the process, and that hopefully we can make it happen too!ReplyCancel

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