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I’m a kiwi who has eagerly travelled off and on for the last 8 years. My latest adventure is living permanently in a caravan and travelling around New…
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Sofa cover and the curtain updates can really modernise a caravan. An advantage to such a small space – any small alteration complete changes the look of the whole caravan.
Resources for buying a mobile home in New Zealand and to help with the first few months. It goes into where to buy a mobile home, where to buy accessories, how to get your self containment, why join NZMCA, ferries between islands, helpful apps, internet, insurance and helpful Facebook groups.
Couple living in modified school bus for over 8 years in New Zealand.
Set-up as a traditional galley - they were built using the extra materials on hand. This was the traditional home for working men in New Zealand who towed them with a steam engine out to where they were working and would have stored their tools underneath. It gave them a place to sleep and rest.
Caravanning Off-Grid in New Zealand Winter. Explore the slightly warmer Coromandel over the New Zealand winter seemed like a good idea.
Rotorua is a real surprise. Three walking spots plus great campsite.
Learn about the quirks of solar panels, caravan showers and all about water. Here is what I’ve found so far.
Wairere Falls hike is the highest waterfall in New Zealand’s North Island near Matamata.
Timberleaf Teardrop Trailers - Tiny Camper trailers are becoming popular for campers wanting a way to camp without all the bothers of a large RV and all its mechanical concerns and expense. As many campers are searching for a way to have “just enough” the tiny teardrop trailer has all they many need without sacrificing comfort.
Explore the edges of Auckland. An hour north takes you to Matakana area, were you can take a ferry ride, explore its many beaches and enjoy the markets, wineries and art galleries.
Milford Sound in New Zealand is a fiordland with such amazingly beautiful scenery. Water is everywhere – waterfalls appear down the mountains after it rains, blue clear cool rivers, reflective lakes, snow even in summer and the sea comes in around the fractured land.
The architecture and history are unbelievable and the locals were surprisingly friendly.
Kaikoura a tiny town in the south island of New Zealand that bulges with tourists over summer, and becomes empty during winter.