We’re not long back from a ‘Sea & the City’ camping break in Wales which included Chester (the city part) and Anglesey (the sea part). But Chester is special when it comes to campervanning as you can park overnight in the car park there for only £8.
So do you know what you would do if you had a serious injury while you were camping? It’s not really something that I’d ever really thought about, that is until it happened to me back in April…
This is one of those recipes that is so tasty that you’ll need to make extra as everyone will want seconds. You can make a meaty and a veggie version and I encourage you to play with the spice combos to find your personal, perfect taco. If you want to keep it super simple, just buy a readymade taco spice mix in a packet and use that instead.
Did you know that you can mix all sorts of things with the classic tuna-mayo salad:
- Sliced cherry tomatoes
- Red onion
- Hard boiled egg
- Bell pepper
- Sun dried tomatoes
But see the full recipe from Sabrina at Dinner then Dessert :
Well, I had some interesting answers to my ‘what’s your most useful camping accessory?’ competition and I was surprised at how many of you said that your dog or your partner was your favourite accessory! Not sure how I would feel about being a camping accessory but I get that it was said with luv. Anyway, the winner of my camping accessory competition is…
I came across this picture on Pinterest of a mini veg garden in a campervan. Obviously this is more for people who live in their van or make longer trips but I thought what a good idea. And here’s some suggestions of the kind of edible plants you can grow for constant fresh salad in your camper garden…