Planning a year of adventures

It's been a slow winter as far as camping has been concerned. Our last full-week camping trip was in October when we went to the Lake District and that somewhat-rainy week has put us off weekends away ever since. But now we are looking forward to the summer and we've started planning several trips abroad.

Our holidays booked so far this year are all to brand new places. We will visit Arcachon on France's beautiful west coast which we've already seen so much of, and at Easter Cleopatra will visit Spain for the very first time as we split up a fortnight night between the north-eastern coast and a mountainous region slightly inland.

Our summer travels will see us set sail for Corsica for a true island adventure. Our ferry crossings are already booked and I'm just waiting to hear back from the three campsites we've picked across the island.

There are a couple of holiday weeks still unaccounted for and we're pretty sure we'll pay another visit to Ile d'OlĂ©ron during one of those. After so many weeks staying home it's really satisfying that many of our plans are firming up nicely and providing us with so much to look forward to.

Cleopatra has just had her first MOT (the British vehicle test for roadworthiness) as she turned three-years old this month. I'm slowly getting to grips with a new video-editing software package for this year's video blogs that we're hoping to make better than ever. And I've had a bit of time to update the campsite recommendations page that lists the very best campsites and aires we've stayed at.

So the Ending Up Anywhere blog has been quiet over the last few weeks, but stand by for some exciting new adventures across Europe.

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