A local trip to this unspoilt corner of East Sussex, partly to keep the winter cobwebs off “the boat”. Trip dates: 18 – 21 April (Easter) 2019.
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Off to the Cotswolds, where we camped just a few metres from the “GWR” — in this case, the splendid Gloucestershire and Warwickshire Railway. Trip dates: 4 – 7 April 2019.
It’s pronounced CHIDD-ing-LIE, by the way. Although only eight miles from home, and four miles from where “the boat” is stored, we wanted to stay here to become honorary locals, albeit temporarily, of the Six Bells. Trip dates: 22 – 24 February 2019.
We traditionally spend a few days away between Christmas and New Year, in some suitably exotic corner of Great Britain. This year the noble city of Canterbury was our chosen destination. Trip dates: 27 – 30 December 2018.
A short trip to the border of Kent and Sussex. Trip dates: 19 – 21 October 2018.
Our flagship summer trip for 2018. All the campsites (apart from Orio) were nudité obligatoire. Trip dates: 28 August to 12 September 2018.
The journey south
Destination 1 — Cap d’Agde
Destination 2 — Arnaoutchot
Salisbury was our choice for a stop-over on the homeward journey from Devon.
After driving many miles on roads which were not designed for a motorhome, or indeed for a car, we arrived in the idyllic village of Slapton.
En route to Devon, we spent two pleasurable nights at Holmsley, near Christchurch.
It’s almost a year since we became motorhome owners, so we thought we’d return to the campsite we visited on “day one”, near Ashdown Forest. It has two names: Idle Hours, or Owlsbury Park. And just to confuse matters, we call it Idle Owlsbury.
It’s not often that Motoroamings can offer a video. Our cycling route, which took us to Wilderness Wood (see below), including further pictures.