Submitted by Name: steve jarvis From: bradford west yorkshire E-mail: Contact
Comments: fantastic blog keep the good work going
Admin reply: Cheers Steve, may be another motorhome to come!
Added: February 19, 2012
Submitted by Name: Technopikey From: currently Sweden E-mail: Contact
Comments: Great to see you are still writing, even if you have dumped the van! I am currently on year 4 of my World wide wanderings, having recently left Finland and started to explore Sweden! Should be back in the UK sometime in October. It's a great lifestyle! Do you miss it? anyways, all the best!
Admin reply: Wow 4 years thats style man!! Yeh I do miss it to be honest, not sure whats happening so far this year. Keep motorhoming! thanks
Added: February 14, 2012
Submitted by Name: Brian From: Poole E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi Paul, great blog. It was written in a style kept me gripped!Will there be a 2012 one? Any plans yet for a new motorhome?
Admin reply: Hi Brian
Thanks for the message, I've started writing the 2012 blog, and Im looking forward to gettting another motorhome as soon as I can !!
Added: January 20, 2012
Submitted by Name: anne-maria From: merseyside E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi Paul, really enjoyed your blog and all the great tips, thinking of buying a small motorhome this year. Something like a bessacarr. The thought of things going wrong keeps putting me off going for it.
I do like my home comforts like TV, computer and stuff like that. It seems a lot of trouble for these things to be possible. Your lucky because you sound like you can turn your hand to most things. Anyway I should just go for it, maybe get one that's not as old as the one you bought. It's just a chance you take I guess. You've done really well.
Admin reply: Hello Anne-Marie Thanks for leaving a message, my theory on this is that if you buy something relatively new then you wont have any issues, don't forget my motorhome was 21 years old! With a much newer one you won't get the leak issues, and your level of comfort will be much much higher, get some solar power and get out onto the road. Best of luck to you if you take up the challenge Paul
Added: January 1, 2012
Submitted by Name: Paul Jenkins From: Currently Waltham Abbey E-mail: Contact
Comments: HAPPY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE! Whether you are in or out of your van have a lovely time and thank you for reading my blog this year I hope you have enjoyed it. Paul
Added: December 26, 2011
Submitted by Name: Brian From: Round the corner from Porthcawl E-mail: Contact
Comments: Loved your blog, Paul. Came across it then spent all day Sunday reading it! In between putting the Christmas lights on the tree in the garden. Know your problems, have had an RV for 15 years. Just finished a leak problem myself. The dealer wanted to do the job for £2000. Prefer France! Always the Sun down South!
Admin reply: HI Brian Thanks for reading the blog and your kind comments, yep South of France is much better! Keep fixing those leaks lol cheers Paul
Added: December 18, 2011
Submitted by Name: Vinny From: South Notts E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi Paul, top blog mate...only discovered it couple of weeks ago, split me sides at some of your escapade's..Know the Bakewell/Matlock/Derbyshire area V/well used to work up there many years ago...South Wales too.. Gower, Pembroke, Freshwater..Keep it up mate it's me Sunday night read as its about the only time i manage to get on here at the Mo...Great stuff total madness
Admin reply: Hi Vinny, thanks for your message, I love it around Bakewell its the nuts as you very well know, and the Wales areas,gald you enjoy reading the blog. Enjoy your festive period! Don't drink too much lol! Paul
Added: December 18, 2011
Submitted by Name: Toby From: London E-mail: Contact
Comments: Miss L, husky voice? The name Lola comes to mind!! Tread careful with that one mate.. lol
Admin reply: Checked that Toby and ts not her!!,thankfully cheers mate
Added: December 17, 2011
Submitted by Name: darrell From: bournemouth E-mail: Contact
Comments: hi, just a thought, if your stuck for parking, i have been going to brittania road, waltham cross, delivering to a fruit veg company called reynolds, you can see them from m25, anyway its quite busy and a bit industrial, but ive seen a couple of stealth campers parked up for sure, its safe but may be a bit to noisey, its got two catering vans that use it and they both do great breakfasts, they get there early 4.30 ish, ps dont park where the empty bread cases are stacked coz thats their pitches lol
Admin reply: Hi Darrell
I know Britania Road really well!! Ive got a client down there Kitchens r us and thats where the Kontiki was MOT'd in that road, and yeh you are not wrong it is busy! Thank for the tip never thought of parking there before, cheers and I hope all is well with you
Added: December 9, 2011
Submitted by Name: Adrian From: Cheshire E-mail: Contact
Comments: Hi Paul.... I found your blog by accident, and I'm really glad I did! Me an 'er have been thinking about going on the road for some time, and the opportunity popped up out of nowhere a couple of months ago! We did some homework and decided on a Kon Tiki, which we have now bought. We expect to invade France round about mid Jan, before they sober up enough to stop us! Your blog gave us the encouragement we needed, aswell as a few laughs! We know many of the Welsh places you stayed, we've scooped a few in Caffi Roc!!
Anyway, We'll set up some sort of blog as we go, maybe we'll end up with a KonTiki blog community? Then we could elect a council, make rules, levy a tax to pay for it....... Gotta go, Matron's here with my pills..... All the Best, and keep up the blog..... A+A.
Admin reply: Hi Adrian
I think you will have a great time, I really wanted to do something there myself at the beginning of this year but just ran out of money, I'm glad you like the blog.Blimmey I can't believe you know Caffi Roc! you like cheesy music as well ! Keep me informed how you are getting on, would be good to find out. Thanks for leaving a message Paul