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A Weekend in the Berchtesgaden National Park, Germany

Berchtesgaden National Park is a small corner of Bavaria, in south-west Germany, nestled in the Alps. Berchtesgaden is a small alpine town. It is just on the border with Salzburg in Austria and can be easily missed if you don’t know where to find it! The main reason to recommend this area is how beautiful Read More

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Our Van History

We love the campervan lifestyle and the freedom it gives you when travelling. The history of vans we have owned and rented before buying our current one helped us to figure out how we wanted to design ours, what features worked best in a van and what we did not like about earlier ones, to Read More

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Busking Permits

These vary greatly on location but tend to be fairly similar within the same country. If you are travelling to large cities to busk you can usually assume there will be busking rules and if you do not have a permit you will be stopped. This does not apply as strictly in smaller towns. Limited Read More

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The Unwritten Rules of Busking

One major drawback, but occasionally a huge benefit to busking is that the laws and rules around it are very, VERY ambiguous. They vary dependent on place, time of day, street location, the mood of the police at the time etc. The main point to note is that they are all managed by individual town councils and Read More

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Diaries Intro

Every time we go on a busking trip we bring along a notebook that becomes a diary. We fill it with stories of our travels and scraps of memorabilia that people give to us or we pick up on the way. We’ve taken the interesting bits from each one and they make up the dairy Read More