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Praia Da Carriagem, West Coast





NO LONGER ARE WE RULED BY THE MORNING ALARM!!!!
OR 5 DAY SCHEDULES!!!
OR THE FEAR OF LOSING OUR JOB BECAUSE WE TOLD OUR DICKHEAD BOSS WHAT WE ACTUALLY THOUGHT OF HIM!!!




... But WHERE can we find a tap or spring to fill up our water containers with 50L of drinking water, lost in the middle of nowhere.

And WHERE will we take tomorrow's morning crap.





Praia Da Carriagem, West Coast




Lesson 5 of living in a van: Don't leave your bum-bag containing your passport, €50, bank card, driving license, bank card of girlfriend, phone, and camera, on the cistern of the public toilet you've found for your morning crap because you are distracted admiring the cleanliness and innovation of the flushing mechanism.


Hunting for that perfect place to stop for the night has lead us down dirt tracks through building sites, to hotel dead-ends and into private gardens, but sometimes, with fantastic luck, into the middle of the most remarkable WILD.
West Coast, with our back doors open to the Atlantic, the sunset and the dolphin pods.




Praia Da Carriagem, West Coast





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Praia Da Carriagem, West Coast





Sunrise, Praia Da Carriagem, West Coast





“What strikes me is the fact that in our society, art has become something which is related only to objects and not to individuals, or to life. That art is something which is specialised or which is done by experts who are artists. But couldn't everyone's life become a work of art? Why should the lamp or the house be an art object, but not our life?” Michel Foucault















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