First autumn trip. Into Croatia for second time to a great campsite near Split. Three weeks of intermittent windy and sunny weather and short days have different atmosphere than spring.
Martin Rosulek interviewed me in 2014. Martin is a great and busy marketer who travels with his girlfriend and works from many awesome locations. We’ve met a few times and always had fruitful discussions about life, values and the joy of doing unusual things.
Two years ago we have slowed down drastically. We’ve changed our approach to work and realised, that the goal isn’t building a family house and looking after a garden. I bought a caravan, furnished it with the most essential stuff and together with my wife & kids we’ve started to live on the road.
The truth is that paying for toll roads when traveling on a camping trailer isn’t worth it. You typically drive at about 80km an hour – the same speed you’d travel at on non-toll roads – and you pay way higher fees than you would on car, about 150 to 200% more than the typical car…
Summer nicely accelerated all the changes. I wouldn’t believe that caravan would work so great. We started two years ago and I already know about a couple of new caravan travellers. I also know about Transporter guys and few other wannabes. Some are also changing from alcove to fully integrated RV.
My name is Víťa Válka and I am an illustrator and a designer for a living. After the birth of our children, I’ve completely changed the way of our summer vacation and my work. Untouched by caravan travels, I reassessed my options in 2012 and I bought the English caravan Coachman. It’s fully equipped for traveling, no…
Our second caravan trip was worth it. We went through tidy Austria, clean north and also wild south of Italy — 11 camps altogether. Traveling with family worked on a trip over 5.000 km long. Toyota did everything well.
Campsites, beaches, farms, wineries, nature spots & tiny houses. We love them all.