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Special Tips for Newborn Campers: Checklists and Essential Gear

Special Tips for Newborn Campers: Checklists and Essential Gear

Are you planning your first camper trip and you find yourself lost in all the preparations? Our redaction with years of camper experience put together useful tips and list of camper must have accessories that will make your journey more comfortable and peaceful. We know that the beginnings are hard and that it can be…

Camper why and how

All You Need to Know About Traveling With a Camper

Traveling with a camper is a perfect form of workation. You can convert your camper to your private mobile office and in your free time you can travel wherever you want. Only prerequisite for your endless workation possibilities is the necessity of network coverage and powerful solar panels to charge your devices. But don’t worry, the world…

Farms & Wineries camper spots to discover

Farms and Wineries: Camper Places to Discover

Bored of traditional campsites? Try farms and wineries for campers. Travelling with a campervan is fun and great and most of the time you’ll be happy for choosing that means of transport and lifestyle in one. But from time to time one can get tired of the same “normal” places and same old views from a temporary…

Sustainability for Camping Cleaning Trash with StayFree

Free Camping Rocket Growth: Let’s Keep the Spots Better for Those Who Come after Us

We all know how amazing camping can be, right? It is essential for many of us that our kids will be lucky to have first-hand experience of living this phenomenon too. Let’s be brave enough and lead the pack in sustainability – show other members of camper-lovers how to cherish our Mother nature… and maybe,…

Relaxing Spain & Portugal 2018

Relaxing Spain & Portugal 2018

After travelling the Europe south from Morocco to Turkey we’ve returned to our favourite country & geared up. Spain offers delicious food, positive people, best weather and a million of attractions including the almighty sea & beaches. This year was the most relaxed and we’ve tried a rented house & shared apartment.

Meteora 2017

Greece & Homeschooling in Caravan + Bonus

In the spring of 2017, for the first time we set out into the cradle of our culture – Greece. And for the first time, we have a new challenge, homeschooling, because one daughter is already going to school.

Camper Volkswagen California

Caravaning has divided our life into two worlds

Stana Wolfova is the editor in chief of the online magazine Brainstorm, which offers articles about traveling, studying abroad and whole lifestyle for young people aged 18-26 years. Given the theme of the magazine it’s not very surprising that Stana likes to travel.

Vita's family in Mostar

The Rules of This World Are Not Made by Anyone Better Than Us

Nomads are people, whose lifestyle is based on constant travel and moving from one place to another. In the community of freelancers the term „digital nomads“ is becoming more and more common. It is a lifestyle, although it always doesn’t need to be for the whole lifetime. People who can make living simply by their ability…

Porto in Portugal - Boondocking

Boondocking On a Caravan

Boondocking on a caravan isn’t the same as wild camping in a tent or a 4×4. But you can still avoid campsites and go to Stellplatz free car parks and charming sleeping spots that aren’t crowded.

Porto City

Porto and Madrid 2016

Sixth caravan trip & unprecedented challenge. Funds before setting off on this trip was not in our favour. So we set a logical goal → we will measure how much our caravan life costs and we will try to sleep outside campsites and do boondocking (sleeping anywhere) as much as possible.

Blue Dandelion

Why I Left a Well Paid Gig

A ton changed in my priorities since 2012. I’ve fixed cashflow & step by step I’m fixing overall net worth. I’m paying attention to the fact, that life’s short and there’s a reason to not work as hard as it is technically possible.

Hassan II Mosque in Casablanca — largest mosque in Africa

Mediterranean Zigzagging in a Caravan

Spring 2015. After trips to Croatia, Sicily and Turkey, we’ve taken our caravan family to the western part of Europe. And took a little side trip to Morocco. We left home in early April and were back in late July — over 15,000 kilometers of adventure. The longest trip we made.

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