Jay

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Hello. Typically the man behind the camera. The articles with many facts are mostly mine. I look forward to your comments.
Vancouver Island

Bad weather on Vancouver Island

Written on 27. January 2020 in Blog

“Due to the current weather situation, we close at 6 pm today”. We exchanged surprised looks when we saw the handwritten sign at the entrance to the supermarket. Ok, the weather has been crazy for the past few days, ...

Happy New Year 2020

Written on 31. December 2019 in Blog

“Let’s take the journey of our lives“, Nina said. “We’ll sell the house, quit the jobs and start a new life. Let’s go to new countries where we’ve never been, and fall in love with everything. Let’s go hi...

Bath and Southwest England

Written on 9. November 2019 in Blog

After we left Cornwall, we found ourselves again in Devon, for a stop in the twin town: Lynton & Lynmouth. Just north of the famous Exmoor National Park. Lynton & Lynmouth Nestled in cliffs and tree-lined hills, ...

Tower Bridge

The Difference Between England, Britain and the U.K

Written on 25. October 2019 in Blog

Despite the countless television shows, newspaper reports, and discussions in pubs around the world about Brexit, almost no one knows the difference between England, Great Britain, the United Kingdom, Wales, etc. Here...

St. Ives

Cornwall – Our journey in Southern England

Written on 15. October 2019 in Blog

Cornwall Cornwall is the western county in Great Britain. Kernow, as the “Cornish” people call it, is blessed with the wildest coastline and the most breathtaking beaches in the southwest. With a smile, we c...

Our journey in Southern England – the Southeast

Written on 7. October 2019 in Blog

Welcome to the first stage of our Journey in Southern England. With our Motorhome “Henry” we are discovering the island. Dover Our first stop in England. Destination of the cross-Channel ferries and home to t...

the white cliffs of dover

It’s teatime, my dear! – Our Trip to England

Written on 25. September 2019 in Blog

The icy wind hit us. A cup of tea in hand, we leaned against the rail and saw the white cliffs of Dover on the horizon. Immortalized in countless songs, movies, and literature. Dover’s unique cliffs are part of the...

Car Fair Auckand

Buying a Campervan in Newzealand

Written on 12. May 2019 in Blog

After our months in Asia and countless Airbnbs and various accommodations, it was apparent to explore New Zealand within a campervan. New Zealand is a destination for Campervan. We wanted to buy a used Campervan and trav...

New Zealanders – A Brief History of the Peoples

Written on 28. April 2019 in Blog

New Zealand is full of New Zealanders. It’s not as easy as it sounds. There are the Maori, the first immigrated people or the early settlers. They arrived from Polynesia, around the year 950. Second, there are whit...

Cape Reinga

The north of the north island

Written on 14. April 2019 in Blog

Our way led us from Auckland north. Past the outskirts to Whangerei and continue towards Cape Reinga, the tourist and beautiful northernmost point of the New Zealand North Island. The landscape is overwhelming. Beautiful...

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