Great things take time

Great things take time

‘I think you should come have a look on Saturday.’ He said on the phone a few days ago. Apparently, the friendly round faced mechanic who has been working underneath the bus for a couple of days now, kept bumping into more rust than he had expected. So, he...
Skilled Nomads, rainbows and gladiators

Skilled Nomads, rainbows and gladiators

Turning a 12-meter-long yellow American school bus into a pow-chasing hostel. What is the first thing you would do? Well, you demolish everything on the inside and make sure you can start with a clean plate. How long would this take? Just ripping things out? Euhm,...
Slow progress

Slow progress

The last month and a half in Belgium has flown by. At first it took some time to get used to the different lifestyle but luckily we got over this quickly thanks to the help of friends and family who were so kind to let us be Nomads and stay in their homes.   From...
A day on The Nomads Bus

A day on The Nomads Bus

This is just one day, how I envision a good day on the bus to be. No day will be the same but maybe this can give you an idea of what we’ve been dreaming about every night for the last 6 months.   January 10th 2015, Lewis touches my arm with his nose, trying to...
Chasing adventure

Chasing adventure

Boots, infinite sunshine, cowboys and burger-joints. This is where we are, Austin, Texas. The Nomads retreated to a normal home. No tent, no Couchsurfing, just an ordinary room with a good bed. This is the big advantage of having great uncles and aunts spread all over...