I live in a campervan and travel around New Zealand. On this page I’ll share stories and photos about the places I’ve visited.
This is the post I’ve been looking forward to writing for months! YES, I finally found and bought a new van.
I've been getting a few questions lately about housesitting, so I thought I'd write a blog post to demystify the concept and answer some of the questions I’ve been getting.
Now it’s official, I’m going to say goodbye the Josie :-(
I’m sad to see her go!! She's been such an awesome first van, and I have so many amazing memories with her. But I'm also excited for what is next.
For most people, retirement is a time to slow down. A time to put your feet up and relax and enjoy the comforts of life. But not so for Liz and Alan. Instead, they are using their retirement to explore New Zealand - on foot!
One question I get asked a lot from people who hear that I live and travel in my campervan is how I make the financial side of things work. So I thought I’d write a blog post about how I became a digital nomad and how I’m making remote working work for me.
Ever since I started living in my campervan, countless people have asked me how much does it cost to live on the road in New Zealand. So I decided to set up an online survey and find out what the average person living this way spends. Here is what I learnt.
It’s been five months now since I said goodbye to the career-focused 8-5 city life and moved into my van – And what an amazing five months it has been.
I’m about to take a little break for a few weeks so time for some reflections.
Learning to surf is hard. But one thing that makes it a bit easier and a lot more fun are the incredible supportive surfer girls I've been meeting all over New Zealand and online in the past few months.
This one is for all of them...
After 11 years in New Zealand I FINALLY made it to the East Cape - And I totally fell in love with it.
A fairly unspoiled and unexplored area of New Zealand, the East Cape's rawness, realness and beauty made me feel like I was Alice in Wonderland exploring a magical place.
Yesterday I said goodbye to the beautiful Far North and started making my way south.
Here is a look back at what has been an amazing four week.