Cuppa Time, outside the caravan is an ideal time to exchange tips with fellow travellers. It is helpful to hear the, what to do’s and dont's instead of learning them the hard way, doing it the wrong way.
Here are a few CARAVANNING TIPS
If going out back, pack extra boxes of lightweight items like tissues as theses cost three times extra, in out of the way places. Do not bother packing extra baked beans, these are cheap everywhere and weigh the car down too much to pack more than your immediate needs.
Take packs of cards and only a couple of books and use book exchanges as you travel, also a couple of DVD’s for when there is no TV reception and your wanting to be entertained
Pack skim milk powder, it is so easy to use and will store easier than fresh milk. Green tea makes a refreshing roadside stop, drink if you don’t want to organize much more than to boil the kettle.
Take a short trip close to home before your main holiday each year so any problems can be, fixed, before you leave on your main holiday. Reg and I are currently doing this and I am going to do a, re shuffle of the things I needed to pack and those things I did not need, to bring, when we continue on our tour north via a side trip to our summer retreat, home.
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