Here are 12 of van life unwritten rules for a peaceful, trouble-less and civil overnight stay.
Do you want to visit the Queen with your furry friend but are dreading the borders?
It’s ok, you’re not alone. Understanding how you can bring your pup can give you a headache (it certainly gave it to me).
Waking up with the sound of the birds singing, the wind shaking the tree leaves and maybe even a gurgling stream.
I bet that when you think of traveling in a van, this is the kind of scenario you’re imagining.
Before we start our journey into the wonders of parking hunting I thought a little disclaimer is needed: I am BAD at organizing my journeys and on planning my parking spots. Like REAL bad. I more often than not leave things last minute and improvise.
So, you have seen wonderful pictures of people exploring the world with their furry friends and you cannot wait to start your own journey. You saved up for it, you are happy with your van setup and have a clear idea of where you want to go.
Sorry to be a killjoy but there is still one thing you need to worry about: your dog passport.
The main reason why I chose to be travelling by van was that I wanted to have Odie with me. A van seemed the most viable option.
Too many bus, train, plane companies do not accept dogs, not to mention the difficulties you might have to find a suitable accommodation.