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... when they overtake on the highway. Its habitual and intrinsic to every driver.
No roadside guardrails on the sides of mountain to prevent certain death from vehicles going off-track.
Towns that didn’t provide suitable parking spots for campervans that want to do a bit of shopping or call into an information centre or just grab some food/drinks.
The way the campervan mob put the fear of god into us before we got moving in ...
... a good time anyway. We've got an early start the next day so go to bed about 11:30pm. At around 1am the entire dorm room is woken by 2 drunks coming back to the room, Kate and Mark. The noise is unbelievable and seemingly endless, then Kate insists that her hair smells like sick and she needs a shower. It's 1:30am. Charlie has to help her shower because she is that paraletic. She then returns to the room and falls naked on to my bed. ...
... more tea and coffee making facilities, a toaster and mini fridge. There was another TV, radio clock, heater and ironing board throughout the room.
After I had settled down in the motel I thought it would be nice to see my surroundings so I went for a walk around the area to see what there was to offer.
Within the area there was a King's school, hospital, several markets, shops and cinema's, a golf club/course, botanic gardens and an ...
... up there forever. I just walked in circles looking at everything, taking it all in. That was the moment where this trip seemed real. All of this traveling felt like it was going to go on forever and I had finally arrived, it felt good.
Orbit 360's dining room literally rotates so you can see basically what you see at the observation decks but ...
... but we never got to the sale. So we gave ourselves a task to sell by the end of the week. On Sunday morning I got up and went to the car fair, before I had even switched the engine off an Indian man approached me who buys camper vans in the low season and sells them in the high season, for great profit. He had a business doing this and I'd met him a couple of weeks before. We wanted to break even with the van originally, but it had wore us down so much we ...