The Journeys of the Little Boat
Who are we ?
Where have we been ?
Where are we now ?
Little Boat gets a makeover
The Little Boat in Thailand
It was the first country in our EU-trip, but somehow we never got around to making a proper video of it. So, here it is:
The voyage home
The last bits are the toughest they say, and they are right. But a break-in and a failed technical-inspection won’t get us down.
Holland, Land of wind and water
We made it to our destination, but it’s not over until the fat lady farts.
Around the roundabout in France
France holds the record of roundabouts. Not a bad thing, but sometimes they do overdo it a bit.
For the rest… France is France. Beautifull little towns, a wine-chateaux on every hill and delicious cheese and bread.
Italy, A Pizza in Pisa
Where Italy does not have the best reputation when it comes to tourism and an honest day of hard work, it seems things have changed in the past two decades. Traffic was courteous and safe, shops were friendly and patient and no one tried to cheat us out of our hard earned euros.
Instead we were treated with well maintained and affordable tourist-sites and restaurants with great food and friendly service. A big releave after Slovenia and Croatia.
Croatia and Slovenia, or How to get rid of tourists 101
Both Croatia and Slovenia have not yet figured out how to treat their guests.
Bosnia, The inheritance of Tito.
Where Bosnia (and Herzegovina) lacks in development and facilities, it makes up in history and culture.
Montenegro, a hidden gem.
We planned a maximun of five days in tiny Montenegro, but a number of un-expected surprises (some good, some less good) kept us there for a week or two.
The “roads” of Albenia
The in-lands of Albenia do not have a lot of roads to choose from. And those that are there, were meant for horse and ox-carts. Not big motorhomes. So… fun, fun, fun.
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