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"Their customer service sucks" is a comment we hear quite often from owners of expedition vehicles who need something done, whether a retrofit, or an upgrade or just some maintenance. When did customer service become a second rate citizen in the world of expedition travel? Shortcuts Make Any Trip Unbearably Long We are all living […]
Finding Eden The coffee is good, inevitably enhanced by our location. A small finca deep in the Santa Marta hills with a slatted viewing platform overlooking a town called Minca. The building guards a lush coffee plantation and is encrusted with flaking layers white paint; the doors and window frames a ubiquitous blue, yellow and […]
The Nimbl Evolution was named the number 1 truck camper for Overlanding by Truck Camper Adventure. Read more to learn why!
La Guajira region. A true no man's land at the peak of South America. Ignored by the Spanish invaders and current governments of both Colombia and neighboring Venezuela
What most U.S. Overlanders Think We Do. I love the American South West. The deserts, the trails. The muted tones of which fill our windscreen as our tires crunch to a halt; gripping a mix of sand, gravel and dust which kick up into an open window I fail to shut in time. Basil Lynch […]
With so much technical emphasis at shows and on forums, it's hard to choose the perfect camper. Here's how. Lance Armstrong's fall from grace is an indisputable tale of hero to zero; one of sports greatest icons. Sure, it was a reputation built on a greater amount of chemical assistance than was legally allowed but, […]
If you missed out on Parts 1 or 2 of my 'Working from Roam' series you can check those out by following these links. Part 1 was called 'Nomadic Leap of Faith' and focussed on making the decisions to take your office out on the road. Find that HERE Part 2 was called 'Choosing Your […]
If you missed out on Part 1 of my 'Becoming a Digital Nomad' series you can check that out HERE. In Part 1, we covered the first conceptual steps towards your change to a travelling lifestyle; giving you an idea of how we overcame the commitment of an office-bound role and a glimpse into what […]
A desk. A cheap swivel chair. The usual stationary clutter and a wall with some storage shelves that framed an ageing iMac. I had just finished seeing a patient in a consulting room and had returned to process the notes that form a mix of patient history and protection against liability. Given the stunning location […]