HSP & travelling in a van full-time, with a man.

For those of you who haven’t heard of Highly Sensitive Persons or Sensory Processing Sensitivity let me quickly give you an idea about it. It’s a personality trait that about 20% of all human beings share, it’s the central nervous system that reacts...

How traveling full-time made me insecure

All you ever read or hear are those amazing stories where people, either solo, with fiends or as a couple traveled the world which usually changed their lives completely. They met a ton of inspiring people and they changed as a person.  I’m not arguing with any...

And so our adventure started…

The slight (read: enormous) freaking out before departure I know I was so excited but terrified at the same time these last couple of days/weeks. So many ‘what if’s’ occurred to me, most importantly: What if I wouldn’t like it? I know everybody’s sure that this will...

We bought a van on day 1!

Our van from the inside We went to settle all practical stuff on our first day as I wanted to be good with all the paperwork. It seems though that luck is on our side! We managed to set up our bank accounts, phone plans and we even found ourselves a van already.We...

Interior Design – the Van edition

As it was a rainy/stormy day again we went on an other shopping spree for the van, we still needed a camping table, solar panels and a porta potti (for emergency shitting). I still wanted to have a guitar as I’m aspiring to become the next Jeniffer Batten...

About Perth

Bells Rapids Park Perth Yay we had a sunny day! We took the most of it to explore Perth and Fremantle, both very cosy, that’s the best word to describe it according to us. It’s all very modern, gorgeous, clean and cosy 🙂 However quite small (well the city centers) so...

Hit the road Jack!

Pinnacles Desert – Nambung National Park Solar panels, check! Porta potti, check! Time to hit the road. Look at her go, our van (the one in the picture). The one behind the wheel of the car is me, my first time driving on the left. It went pretty fine except for...

Open air showers & swimming with whale sharks

We had enough of the cramped up caravan parks last week so we decided to search for something else, luckily the internet and our Camps book brought us to Bullara Station Campstay. A cattle station (yup sheep, emus and others are walking amongst you on the campground)...

26.5 points go toooo Karijini National Park!

Dale’s Gorge To be truly honest with you guys I was a liiiitle disappointed about Karijini, as this was THE park I was so looking forward to! Ok, blame Pinterest I acknowledge that but with our camper van we’re pretty much limited to the walking trails that...

An awning is worth it!

Arno could never fit under this! We woke up at 6am again, this time because we wanted to be the first one to arrive at the ARD service centre as we were getting an awning installed. In this heat we realized we couldn’t live without one anymore and...