We played by the river and went for walks in the woods. But we live by a river and woods at home and yet it felt like a new and exiting adventure. There’s something about being away in the motorhome, at least for us, that makes everything more exciting and relaxing. Cakes were baked on the cooker in the motorhome, dinners were cooked on our Cadac barbeque in the sunshine, everyone surrounding us were friendly and shared our happiness at finally being allowed to get out camping again. It was a great reminder or why we camp. Myself, Bex and the two boys have spent almost every day for the last year locked up together and yet spending the week with those same three people, but in our motorhome, felt like a different world and allowed us to reconnect with ourselves and each other.
The Adamo feels like a boutique hotel to me. It proved perfect for three generations. Now I am looking forward to taking it away next week on a solo trip for some freediving filming work… and finally being able to use the ‘VIP Room’ for the purpose I had intended.