It’s like AirBNB for campers – more than a thousand places to camp on every continent (except Antarctica), in gardens, paddocks and unusual places that guarantee peace, privacy…and certainly no crowds.
A day with wild food expert Chris Bax and world-class chef Stephen Bulmer…and James T. Kirk was there in spirit. Read about our foraging and cooking adventure. Don’t eat anything in this interesting and inedible handful, by the way!
Sue bought Bob after finding him on Ebay. It was love at first sight and now she, and this 1984 Bedford motorhome, live a full-time life of freedom and adventure. Us too, please, please! She tells Campfire Magazine how she escaped.
Don’t wait to retire…do it now! It didn’t take a lifetime of commuting for Georgina and Lewis to realise there had to be a better way. The couple, en route to the ripe old age of 30, are travelling Europe with Dotty.
If you’re more into glamping than camping, then you might want to have a look at Glampsites.com. Their collection of 600+ glamping options in the UK and Ireland includes yurts, bell tents, safari tents, tipis and camping pods right through to shepherd’s huts and treehouses.
A few weeks ago, a couple of the Campfire crew spent £300 on two nights in a wooden hut with a dodgy shower. It also had stunning views and a roof that opened to reveal a perfectly dark, star-strewn sky. It left them with a conundrum.