It's true, caravan holidays of my childhood weren't always perfect. Like the time it took us three days to drive to North Wales due to the car radiator overheating repeatedly. But looking on the bright side, we'd never have got to stay in that Brummie pub car park for the night, or witnessed the delights of the farmers field and limited toilet facilities in Telford the following night, after we pitifully limped north-west.
But recently, I've had some fabulous caravan holidays, staying in statics on campsites. Ruby loves the excitement of having a mini home, and I'm seriously tempted to invest in a tourer.
We're not a two-weeks-in-the-sun type family. We prefer to take lots of mini-breaks throughout the year, exploring our great isle. What could be more perfect than chucking your bags in the car on a Friday night and hitting the open road? I imagine it might work out more cost effective in the long run than staying in self-catering or hotels.
|Picture from Cath Kidston Magazine|
Caravanning is cool. Just look at my pinterest pins if you don't believe me! Tempted?
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