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Sean 2

Aug 28, 2006
wickford e-s-s--e-x!
...the type that you tow.
Anyone else got one? Mine's an Avondale Dart 556-6 berth with alloys, tinted windows (one shade down from limo black) and soon to be fitted under 'van neons:D

What a larf! Wished to god i'd bought one when i was in my twenties, no need for hotel rooms or sneaking about at home for a bit of how's yer father!
*clears throat* Not that we get up to that sort of thing now y'know;)

People seemed to have stopped going abroad as much to Europe as they get bugger all for the money and started buying up these single or twin axle wonders. No suprise though when you step into a new
caravan these days, they are more like modern apartments on wheels. Everything runs on either gas, electric, leisure battery or solar. Take your pick.
I've got satellite tv, blown air heating (trust me, you do not get cold), dvd, blasting hot water shower that's better than my house, the kids have fixed bunks which are over 6ft long and i own and use 3 different size awnings which double the size of the unit quicker than it takes the kettle to boil.
It's a bright airy 'van that Freddy and his mates would be proud to call a home!
With sites charging as little as a fiver a night it's starting to make financial sense holidaying in this country and you can get away a lot more than you've ever done. My kids love it and you meet such nice people as you've already got something in common to talk about.

If you haven't already then maybe it's time to consider. Oh and don't worry about reversing a caravan, you only do it twice on a trip, when you get there and when you sod off!