Brittany is not only well known for its rough coastal landscapes, but also for its stone monuments like dolmens, menhirs and alignments. This time we’re exploring the megalithic culture of Brittany.
An overlanding trip alongside the coasts of Normandy with our Jeep and the roof top tent. From the landing beaches of the allies in the Second World War all the way to Mont Saint-Michel.
Beautiful landscapes, national parks, a conflict with czech park rangers. We find ourselves some adventures in Bohemia, Czech Republic.
We love Italy, and we were in Slovenia for the first time. About Slovenia, we loved the fact that everything is so close together. The Adriatic Sea with its idyllic port towns, the dense forests and wide-open fields. It’s not as overpopulated as other european countries, so it’s a perfect overlanding destination for us.
In the midst of a forest in Burgundy lies a castle under construction. The Castle of Guédelon in Treigny. On this construction site, everything is just like in the Middle Ages.
Offroad trip to France. We travel with our Jeep, roof top tent and dogs through the Franche-Comté, Burgundy with the Castle of Guédelon and the Vosges.
We drive towards home from Liguria. We visit the Castello di Vettignè and drive on. But not without some action and getting the Wrangler stuck in the mud.
We start with many hairpin bends, steep hills and narrow roads. As we get higher up the hill, our journey “Offroad on Snow and Ice” begins.
Our daily morning walk leads us once again in the olive groves, this time even Alex joins us. Not without complaining that it’s in the middle of the night. Actually it’s just before 8 AM. The nets lie underneath the olive trees, ready for the harvesting. Far away we hear the sound of the vibrating machines which shake the olives from the trees. Continue reading “The Ruins of Fort Rocca Liverna and Mount Nero”