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By keef and annie hellinger, Dec 1 2017 04:29PM

Not the Motorhome trip No5 : November 23rd – 28th 2017


NOTTS->Kent (Chestfield, Whitstable, Folkestone, Canterbury & Faversham) via Ewell West ->NOTTS 510 miles


A very nice 10 day break firstly 4 days at Mums then Kent with our lovely rellies Brian & Gina who made us feel fabulously welcome. More larfing than you could shake a stick at!


We had nice walk along Whitstable front followed by a nice tea in a beach front hotel then it was Folkestone and the arm, which is all undergoing an expensive make over and will be fab when it is finished.


Then a trip into the centre of Canterbury for the Xmas market after a walk along the Roman walls alongside the fab Dane John Gardens (is there a Viking influence here I wonder as well as Roman?) then followed by a look around the museum / art gallery and a high tea, it was lovely!


Then it was off to medieval Faversham and a lovely Xmas market followed by an Italian meal at the end of Courts lane.


A lovely time all in all, see the gallery and slideshow HERE. Until Photosnack get their act together it may be necessary to view the slideshow in Google Chrome as it sometimes hangs or grey out. Most annoying, feels like the antidote to ‘if it ain’t broke don’t fix it” grrr!


High Tea at High Noon - The Hole in the Wall Gang!
High Tea at High Noon - The Hole in the Wall Gang!


Love this old van
Love this old van




By keef and annie hellinger, Nov 9 2017 05:07PM

Re-imagined and redesigned, the all-new 2017 Zephyr showcases Tiffin craftsmanship at its finest. From sumptuous interiors to gleaming exteriors, this spacious coach is 45 feet of pure luxury in motion, with every square inch designed to impress: Top-of-the-line materials throughout. Upscale amenities to rival a five-star hotel. Masterful engineering that commands the road, easily towing up to 15,000 lbs. For those who seek the ultimate RV experience, it doesn’t get better than this.

THE MOST IMPRESSIVE CLASS A MOTORHOME IN THE INDUSTRY


A real RV , only (what only) 12 a day made. From the Tiffin website you can take a look around and download the brochure. It is pretty sumptuous



The all new Zephyr 2017
The all new Zephyr 2017


There are more look at the brochure online
There are more look at the brochure online

By keef and annie hellinger, Nov 9 2017 07:26AM

The search screen allows you to search for almost anything on the website. Just type it into the search bar on our internal web site page. Note that the 1st set of things that appear will be Googles paid ads but if you skip past them you will see all the references within the webiste to your request, obviously if any.


Then just click on those and it will take you to what you are looking for.


You can of course always use the A-Z index to search for your Blog request alphabetically, its up to you but we are trying to provide the search tools that make finding what you want easier.


Thanks for looking, kind regards motorhome-travels blog.



Type in your search request into the google search line
Type in your search request into the google search line

click to get to the site search page
click to get to the site search page




By keef and annie hellinger, Nov 8 2017 12:56PM

Beside the normal indexing page which is in Blog number sequence (and Tags at the end of Blogs) it is now possible to look at the A-Z of blogs which has them in alphabetical order so you can look up what you want and go directly to it.


Of course you can always use the site search to look for things of interest as well.


There will also be Index pages to see stuff by Category i.e Travel, Hints & Tips, Recommended, Vehicle, Funny, Xmas and Social Media, as time goes by this list may increase.


There will also be a wayto go to each of our Motorhome trips in the Wendy house in Order , by Nov 2017 we have made 31 trips in her and travelled about 22,000 miles


Hopefully it will make it easier for you to find what you want

A-Z Index - find your way around
A-Z Index - find your way around


Use the A-Z Index search button
Use the A-Z Index search button



By keef and annie hellinger, Nov 5 2017 04:08PM

Motorhome trip No31 : November 1st-3rd 2017


NOTTS->Greetham , Rutland ->NOTTS 107 miles


Used the truck nav which took us via a slightly longer route via A52 and A1 to come into Rutland from the Stamford end to avoid the Belvoir valley hill, we came back however through Rutland water which is about 10 miles shorter in distance.


A very nice Camping and Caravan site at Greetham with reductions for Caravan Club members but no reduction for ACSI members as only ACSI approved not registered. Your Caravan club card is kept during your stay as the deposit for the site security card which you need for all barriers and gates during your stay.


The site has a mixture of both hard standing and grass pitches and there are 2 areas one for adults only and one for families. There are two toilet blocks, the one on the adults only area is much more modern with great under floor heating and wet room showers.


There are dog walks at both ends of the site, an indoor swimming pool , hot tub and limited games room plus a kids play park in the middle of the family area. It is a very large site with about 130 pitches and tenting areas in the middle of the family area. Fees apply for the pool and hot tub; see their website for more details HERE.


We were on pitch 21 in the adult only area. All pitches have all 3 services i.e electrics, drinking water and drain for your grey waste assuming you have the right length of pipe work.


Right next to our pitch was the walkway thru the woods to the perimeter gate which led 2 ways into the village either via church lane or the community centre. Its only about 15 mins leisurely stroll into the village and the autumn colours were beautiful. St Mary’s church is a delight and it is such a lovely village with supposedly 3 pubs, we only found one, the Plough, which has great real ales, friendly staff and a gut busting dinner for a reasonable price which we had a lunch time on our second day. The chef even gave me a few tips on veggie cooking


We had a bit of a mosey around after lunch before returning for an afternoon of luxury reading, such a treat!

On leaving we went via the south side of Rutland water and visited the village of Manton with its wonderful priory and St Mary’s church. We had not been there before and down a public bridleway there were great view of Rutland water.


We liked Greetham a lot and will hopefully return again, it’s a great starting point for discovering Rutland. If you would like to see the slideshows click HERE thanks.