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Katharina Maloun

Leave everything behind, pay no more rent and just live in the van. Life can be so easy – and also much cheaper. But how much does living in a mobile home really cost? Is it worth it, to leave everything behind, is there even a difference in the monthly expenses? We collected all the expenses for the month of December, in Spain and Portugal for you and listed them here for you. So here we go, I am finally gonna answer the question you are longing for: How much

10 weeks later. We left Morocco. It´s been a journey with mixed feelings. A beautiful coastline and culturally vibrant busy cities. The experience was diverse. So are my feelings for this country. Mixed Feelings. Because traveling Morocco as a Girs is different.  At the very beginning of January, we took the ferry to set over to another continent: Africa From Algeciras, we reached Morocco within two hours – exiting the harbor of Tanger Med and directly heading towards Casablanca. The first month was dedicated to Imsouane, followed by another one

This is it. I am gonna leave Vanlife behind for a week and fly into Athens to meet my dear friend Steff. Together we will be guiding some yogis through five days full of Asanas, Pranayama and Meditation. We will lead our own Yoga Retreat. What to expect Each day will begin with a sunrise class to welcome the new day, followed by a shared breakfast in the house with the whole group together. We´ll start the retreat with setting an intention that you will be working on during the

Three months ago I moved into a Van. To escape winter in Austria and be close to the Ocean. I was looking forward to finally be able to travel in a Camper so badly, but I didn´t think I would like it that much. I fell in love with Vanlife. And here is why: Vanlife, that’s freedom on every single level. It´s a rolling home. More than just a Camper. Living in a Van showed me a new side of travel. I love it. Here a little throwback, in case

Two months in and we are still on the road here in Morocco. We went up and down the coast, explored Moroccos coastline. And we surfed a lot. This winter was dedicated to Morocco – new landscapes, waves and a culture clash with no french spoken. This is Part 1 – the coastline. It all started with the idea to escape winter – once more. But this time we would not fly to a far away, tropic country, but rather just cross over to another continent with a ferry –

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