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Things you thought were not important about your lugagge when you travel in a Campervan

Cosas esenciales en el equipaje para un viaje en furgoneta camper

A lighter… It may seem incredible, but a simple lighter can ruin our trip in a CAMPER. We may have an adventurous spirit, and even like TV survival programs, but if you have to light up the camping-gas to cook spaghettis by rubbing two sticks… Let’s accept it, we are not freaks. We don’t want to eat worms, but if you are in the middle of nowhere, as it should be, in your Camper and excited because you are going have your meal with a view to the horizon, and you forgot a simple lighter… you’ll end up eating worms!

This is why before closing your suitcases desperate to start your hundred-mile trip as soon as possible, stop for a second, breathe and check.

One of the things I do is to imagine how a normal day of the trip would be like, from the moment we wake up until we go back to sleep at night. Let’s do it, and this way we’ll see everything that is important and, apparently, not important.

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Glamping Camper Trip across Andalusia.

Glamping Camper Trip at Cabo de Gata (Andalucia)Within minutes of leaving the motorway, the peace and tranquillity of the semi-arid landscape embraced me. I pulled over by an historic, restored windmill, its simple white structure, with dark conical wooden roof and fragile looking sails provided some shade from the warmth of the Andalusian sun.

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A Family Experience on a Campervan.

I can rustle up a full English breakfast with a trangia. I know how to pack light and camp "wild". But now that I have children packing light is impossible, my camping list now includes sleep teddies, games, pillows, scooters... By the time we set off I'm exhausted and I can forget about seeing anything out the rear window of the car! The idea of a campervan has been slowly growing on me so when we came across Flamenco Campers I was really excited by the idea of being able to hire one, chuck everything in and hit the road.

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Camping in the Autumn Sun with Flamenco Campers

Camping in the Autumn Sun with Flamenco CampersIt is said that Flamenco is the sound of Andalucía: sometimes melancholy, sometimes joyful, but always soulful.

The same can be said of Flamenco Campers, Gonzalo, Carolina and Turko their Spanish Water Dog, who want you to catch the joyful spirit of Andalucía and flamenco in their campervans. And this is easy to do with their abundant guidance and advice on where to visit during your stay and the experiences you should immerse yourself in while you are there.

Their well-maintained vans always draw attention as they travel from campsites to towns, and are often commented on by name when they are recognised, which is surprisingly often. It certainly drew a crowd and sparked off some great conversations with strangers as we travelled.

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