Have you ever wondered what it would be like to do a lap of Australia in a campertrailer with a young child? Today we’re joined by Renee, who along with her husband Nathan and their young son have been travelling full time for 3 years in their cub camper Renee and Nathan have so much Read more about The Great Escape Australia and their Escape to New Zealand[…]
Isn’t the reason you travel because you love experiencing all life has to offer? Well, before you go and ruin it by going on a diet, listen to this first! We interview Laura Jean, a dietitian with a difference. Laura’s focus isn’t on what people eat, but their relationship with food. In this episode we Read more about Why You Shouldn’t Ruin Your Travels by Going on a Diet: A Dietitian’s View[…]
There are some small things that you can purchase that seem to make a big difference to your caravan and camping lifestyle. They reduce the number of steps in your set-up and take-down, or just make life easier in general.
We’ve always been reluctant to let “stuff” into our car or caravan unless it would make life easier, or reduce the steps in our set-up and pack-up.
If your partner has to work, that may not mean you can’t get out and see Australia. Because that’s what this family does.
Lily takes her two toddlers and their combi van for mini-adventures, while her husband is at work. He comes and joins them on their travels. What an amazing set up!
If you want to share your journey, is a Facebook Page the way to go? Or should you start a Facebook Group instead? What about a website?
The answer is… it depends!
If you do decide to start a blog on a website, we discuss some of the things to consider, and some of the mistakes to avoid.
Today we’re joined by Bryony from Coasting Australia. In this episode we discuss the pros and cons of each of these different approaches, and the reality of running a blog.
A Stand Up Paddleboard (SUP) is a great way to relax, get some exercise, escape the kids, or hang out with the kids. They’re pretty awesome!
But… there’s length, shape, width, and construction to think about. They’re not a cheap item, so you want to get it right.
Life is going to be hectic at home, so you may as well be in a caravan seeing all that Australia has to offer!
Ebony from Zahli’s Big Lap (@zahlisbiglap) joins us to discuss:
– What it’s like travelling with 2 toddlers
– Are the concerns about lack of healthcare in remote areas founded
– Family life in a Jayco Expanda, and
– Using a lap to find Australia’s most liveable location
Have you ever wondered if you’re doing the right thing by taking the kids out of their stable home environment for long-term travel?
What about whether or not it’s worth it for kids that are too young to remember everything about the trip?