Croatia campsites seem to have a common theme: On the coast and really busy. We have found a few gems while travelling around the country and we'll continue to return to this beautiful country. Camping recommendations This map will be updated as we visit/travel again. Here are our reviews and recommendations.
Campsites in Romania are few are far between. We read a lot of bad reviews and walked in and straight out of a few. At the weekend the sites can become late night zoos, as the locals pile into the only campsite in the area. This can be said for the UK in July as … Continue reading Rolling Round: Romania Camping Places
Hungary is one of those countries we seem to visit on the way to somewhere else. It is however a relaxing place to be and we will definitely return. Our blog post on Hungary is on it's way! Camping recommendations This map will be updated as we visit/travel again. Here are our reviews and recommendations. … Continue reading Rolling Round: Hungary Camping Places
We really enjoyed our time in Czech and we will definitely be returning. Our blog post on Czech is here. Camping recommendations This map will be updated as we visit/travel again. Here are our reviews and recommendations.
The former Czechoslovakia peacefully dissolved into Czech Republic and Slovakia in 1993. Despite this fact many brits still refer to the old sovereign state of Czechoslovakia. You would imagine that having once been connected the two countries would be similar and in many ways you’d be right. However, if you travel between the two countries … Continue reading Rolling Round: Part 5 – Slovakia, the great rugged outdoors
We are really behind with our posts, and need to catchup from the past few weeks about countries in-between Czech and Romania. Rescuing a dog we named Chooky: Part 1 will explain why! Now onto our experiences in Romania while they are fresh! We are sitting outside a bar in central Romania. The roads have no … Continue reading Rolling Round: Part 4 – Our love and break up letter to Romania
We always like border crossings like the one into Czech. There are no hassle or queues, although that’s not why we like it. What we like is the sudden change in the architecture, the people and the road signs. You know you’re in a different country straight away and it gives you that real travelling … Continue reading Rolling Round: Part 3 – Falling in love with Czech