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The shipping series – All you need to know about shipping your van

The shipping series – All you need to know about shipping your van

In the following series, we want to shed some light on the hows and whys and the process of shipping our home on wheels from Bremerhaven, Germany to Long Beach / LA, California.

No stress border crossing San Diego (USA) – Tijuana (Mexico)

No stress border crossing San Diego (USA) – Tijuana (Mexico)

If you are planning to cross the border from California to Mexico for the first time, you may be a bit nervous – we sure were! You might have already heard some horror stories and how busy and confusing everything is. We read numerous blog […]

A bumpy road – heading North on Highway 1

A bumpy road – heading North on Highway 1

After spending a couple of really nice days with good weather, beach and some great hiking in Santa Barbara, it was time to move further up the coast. We drove out of town with a big smile on our faces looking forward to what was […]

Traveling up Highway 1 – Santa Barbara

Traveling up Highway 1 – Santa Barbara

With our exhaust in place and wanderlust in our minds, we continued our travels up North. We spent the first night at the side of a highway and woke up to the sound of the crushing ocean – how wonderful is van life? Completely forgotten […]

First days of #vanlife – a rocky start into our adventure

First days of #vanlife – a rocky start into our adventure

On April 10th, Fritz finally arrived safe and sound at the port in Long Beach. Since we had already stayed a couple of days in Venice Beach, we decided to take the van back there as we already knew the neighbourhood. Driving into Venice Beach, […]

Three Germans traveling California – an introduction

Three Germans traveling California – an introduction

When we first decided to travel to the other end of the world (well not quite, but it sure felt like it!), we always had in mind starting our journey in Baja California, Mexico. It was the sun, ocean, palm trees and a proper “holiday […]