LANDLOCKED

    After 112 days on the road, 9063 driven kilometres, three wonderful countries where we got to know many new friends and met many old friends we are back at home again with countless memories. We always lived close to the sea with the world as our garden. We surfed whenever it was possible. We lived together with hippies. We camped inbetween pensioners and we discovered new beautiful places. …

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  • BORDERLINES

    While going up north the portuguese coastline, we grasped the fluid change of landscapes, cultures and people. It is interesting to see how different and multi-faceted the portuguese nature is. We just passed rocky hills in barren surroundings, just to drive through a flat, multi-green and fertile area a few minutes later...…

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  • SALTY SOULS

    We had a nice interview with Katrin from Salty Souls about the Kaloha Camper, our journey and campervans in general. Some interesting questions and our thoughts about what is important if you want to convert a van…

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  • GOING SOMEWHERE

    We are traveling for some weeks now. We had been to nice places that attracted us to stay for a longer time but as well we found places that we left after a short while. But especially the places we liked so much made it always hard to leave...…

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  • HOME IS WHERE YOU PARK IT

    Foster Huntington shared a photo of the Kaloha Camper on his website www.van-life.net. We are proud to be published on the website of such an inspiring person. Check out his website if you like to see more nice campervan…

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