Updated: Sep 25, 2020
If you're new to #vanlife I want to welcome you into this fascinating world of nomads!
Not all people were born to have a stable home and job, some have adventure in their veins and prefer the nomadic life. Others, perhaps, are not willing to say goodbye to all of their belongings but want to travel freely without having to pay for transportation and lodging.
At the bottom of the post I share the TOP VANLIFE ESSENTIALS
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Eamon and Bec
Eamon and Bec are from my home country of Canada.
This Canadian Couple have been living in a van for a couple years now! During the coronavirus pandemic they are working on converting another van named Casa B! They have been through North and South America, Europe, and left their first van "Trinity" in Morocco. They are also the creators of an amazing vegan cookbook! If you want to have some fun - definitely find them on social media!
Tymer and Ashley designed a beautiful rustic van. It's one from those #vanlife photo's that makes your draw drop and eyes pop!
They are currently heading west from NYC in their beloved sprinter van in search of new places, people, ideas, and communities.
Aubry & Christian previously known as the MINIMAL MILLENNIALS recently rebranded their channel - The Matneys.
They've rebuilt their van and travelled the Americas where they were recently stranded in Argentina.
They created a course found here: https://thematneys.co/course
They love chatting about the reality of living in a van, what van life allows them to do, and how traveling to new places with new cultures can really open your eyes to so much about the world, your own country, and ourselves. Their little home is simple, but it takes us to the most magical paradises in the world.
THE CARGO VAN
Filmmaker Zach Both wanted a tiny home and studio that could go anywhere. So, he converted an empty cargo van into a living space / work studio. On the outside, it looks like a typical van, but inside, you’ll find a plush bed, kitchenette set, and even a home theater system. Plus, it comes outfitted with mobile Wi-Fi, solar panels and metal body panels turned chalkboards for easy note taking and storyboarding. Continue reading for images of the entire build and more information.
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