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Bruno and I are not the only ones who live their lives on the road: introducing a couple of young Greek overlanders we met three years ago at a little campsite in Kenya, and who have continued their travels in two vehicles, 40+ countries and 100,000km! They’ve just written an e-book about their lifestyle, with tons of practical info on how you, too, can live the traveling life of your dreams!

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Totoyaya, our 1988 Toyota Land Cruiser BJ75 with a custom camper box is for sale (again!). Read on for the reason she’s back up for sale, her vital statistics, what she’s being sold with, and tons of interior, exterior, chassis, engine and action shots. Currently located in Tucson, Arizona – come and get her!

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“I may not have everything I want, but I have everything I need” was a phrase I often used when people were incredulous about how I could live in a tiny camper van AND LIKE IT. It’s been awhile, though, that my phrase no longer describes how I feel. Here’s the honest truth about why Bruno and I are searching for a new home-on-wheels.

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We’re leaving Phoenix tomorrow.  Been here over two weeks looking for a shuttle bus to convert into an RV.  We’ve spent so many hours in so many libraries doing so much research.  We’ve looked at so many Craigslist ads, sent out so many inquiry messages, looked at so many busses.  Still, nothing.
Had I known things would be this complicated I may have forced myself to accept a regular RV.

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