Adventurers DiaryI Can’t Do 4 Walls Share Tweet I keep saying it, over and over, to anyone who asks and those willing to listen – I can’t do 4 walls. Simply, I just can’t do 4 walls again.Although I don’t know everything about my future and I reserve the right to change my mind, after 2.5 years of living in Darwinny our Motorhome, I love it so much I don’t want it to change for my foreseeable future.Adele is happy either way, she loves this life but could also go home. I think that’s mostly because she misses her Mum a lot and wants to be close to our sons Matt and Cameron. Offers from Friends and FamilyDuring our time back home, we just had 4 months in Brisbane, there were lots of times where we were invited to friend’s places, sometimes even offered a place to stay. On a number of occasions, we received text messages from friends “I’m away for the weekend, the spare keys are under the mat, go relax in a bed and use the pool for a few days”. We were so grateful for their offer and thoughts for us. Plus, we love that we have so many wonderful and kind friends.When we did a housesit for my niece, it was awesome, beautiful pool, nice home, Foxtel, heaps of room to park the Motorhome. It was perfect, except I found within just a day or two I was back doing what I used to do, sit and watch TV, stay at home and not be productive. I wasn’t LIVING!!Everyone collects a lot of stuffWe visited family and friends in their homes and all I see is “stuff”. The same stuff we used to have. All those possessions I thought that made me happy. Every now and then you’d blow off the dust and get a broom to the cobwebs and I would use my “stuff” again but for the most part it would just sit there doing nothing. Just money wasted which made us believe we needed to go back to work again week after week to fund the life everyone else has and we were copying.Our friends and family may read this but I’m sure they’ll understand the context of what we mean. We discussed this with them anyway. While we passionately respect and love our family and friends, a house just isn’t where we’re at any more. I just can’t do 4 walls any more.When my Dad passed away I found myself asking the question “there has to be more to life than work and do chores”.Brisbane will always be homeWe really miss our Mums, both of us have lost our Fathers now, and we miss our sons Matthew and Cameron. Also we miss our friends. Plus, I miss playing cricket and all my mates. It’s not easy to just pack up and leave and it’s even harder to stay away.For me, my entire life of 51 years before we left was lived in Brisbane. I grew up living in the same family home, we didn’t move house even once, until I was married. Adele has lived in Townsville and moved around different homes, but I hadn’t. Therefore, I was very used to routine and stability. Given my personality that was probably a good thing.rRecently, we spent 4 months in Brisbane and the South East seeing everyone we could, pushing my business and exploring places we had never seen in our own “backyard”. I didn’t enjoy the traffic being back home in Brisbane, the hustle and bustle doesn’t do it for me now, but it’s still home and our Family are all there. Brisbane is home and always will be.What I miss the mostDuring this time back in the City was when I realised I yearned for things I learnt to love when road tripping around Oz. 3 specific things stood out that I missed.SunsetsOpen firesThe Stars at nightNobody at home talks about seeing an amazing Sunset. There’s something special about them that we just love. The colours, the differences when there’s a cloud or fire in the distance, the different views across oceans or rivers, over barren land and between mountains or ranges. Sunsets can be so different yet all so spectacular. We just don’t appreciate them at home.An open fire is awesome!Cooking over an open fire, sitting around it with a Rum in hand and chatting to new friends, seriously, does it get any better than that.I love waking up in the morning, getting the coals fired up again and cooking some bacon and eggs. Lighting a fire in downtown Brisvegas is a sure fire way to upset the neighbours and have the local Council issuing a huge fine.While settled in over that fire at night, it’s so wondrous to look up and absorb the big picture. Who am I, why am I here, what else is out there, what would it be like to go to the moon, how amazing is life and how our planets work. I really enjoy looking up to the stars at night, imagining a life where I get to choose my tomorrow. So after experiencing this magnificent lifestyle, I just feel I can’t do 4 walls now.Yes, don’t box me in.How does that song go:Oh give me land, lots of land, and the starry skies above Don’t fence me in Let me ride through the wide open country that I love Don’t fence me in…….Did I mention, I can’t do 4 walls…..Safe travelsKev & Adele Indefinite LeaveYou might also enjoy reading:Traveling Australia is Far More than just AdventuresIt’s All About An AdventureOur Favourite Experiences as we Travel Australia___________________________________________________________________________Photography and SocialsOur camera equipment we use for all our photos and videos are:Canon 800d – https://amzn.to/2vGuQUt – the latest DSLR Canon 24mp camera, buy here to save. Canon 50mm lens – https://amzn.to/2Llh4BD. This is the lens I use the least, ideal for still, close up shots. Canon 24-105mm lens – https://amzn.to/2vAtF9b. This is my all round, every day use, zoom lens. Amazing quality, great price. 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Don't Miss10 Reasons to Travel Australia Instead of Going Overseas Indefinite Leave Continue Reading You may like Tent Camping on Fraser and Moreton Island Our Best Travel Tips Motorhomes vs Caravans – the facts Jervis Bay Holiday Park, Jervis Bay NSW Currarong Beachfront Holiday Park, Currarong NSW Honeymoon Bay Campground, Jervis Bay NSW 2 Comments 2 Comments Annie Jenkinson September 28, 2018 at 9:33 amLove this article. We are very similar thinkers to you both. We don’t want to be a slave to our house. You have made it clear to us that we have made the right decision to just do it! Can we afford it? Probably not, but we’re doing it anyway. Thanks Kev and Adele.Reply Indefinite Leave September 28, 2018 at 4:10 pmThanks Annie. You won’t regret it. You can live pretty cheap, fuel has become the big cost, just control accommodation costs. Hope to see you out there 🙂ReplyLeave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Adventurers DiaryTent Camping on Fraser and Moreton Island What was it like camping in a tent for the best part of 4 of our last 5 weeks? We loved it!! Of course, the magnificent locations of Fraser Island and Moreton Island sure helped. But we really did love it.Mostly we liked the simplicity. Camping in a Tent – Back to BasicsIt brought us back to the basics of life and a greater feeling of closeness with nature. We liked being so close to everything. Waking up and looking out the front opening of the tent straight out at the ocean. Watching as the sun took it’s first glimpse above the horizon as a new dawn began each day from our pillow was incredible. Taking one step outside the tent and feeling the sand under our feet. The coolness of the sand and the unequivocal Australianism of sand between your toes first thing every day is amazing. I loved being bare foot all day every day. Daily RoutineOur daily shower was an early morning swim in the ocean. We would wake around 5am, admire the sunrise, enjoy a wonderful breakfast before putting on some board shorts and Adele in her bikinis and enjoy the most liberating and amazing swim to start the day.It is crazy just how amazing it would make you feel. Man I felt alive!! In the afternoons we would rinse off under our solar shower and it was amazing how hot the water was after a day baking in the sun.The tent held up really well to the rainy night we had on Fraser and a very windy night on Moreton.We were in bed most nights at 7.30 and awake at Sunrise and we loved that.Our new double burner stove was perfect and allowed us to cook a big variety of meals. Adele made the most amazing Pizza’s on the burner, they were super delicious! Sleeping in the tent was so much cooler. Outside with the ocean breezes and an air bed that actually becomes cold through the night. We had to create a thick liner between the bed and us to keep ourselves warm during the night from the coolness of the air bed.Being in a tent forces you outside. There’s not a lot to do inside the tent so you sleep in there and not much else. The rest of the day you are outside, experiencing adventure, interacting with nature and enjoying the beauty of the great Australian outdoors. Our Camping Equipment:We borrowed a mate’s Coleman Riverview 8 Tent. We wanted to keep the size to a minimum to save on space and weight and it was perfect for us for these camping trips.There was plenty of room inside and the simplicity of it was awesome for packing and unpacking, especially as we setup 3 times as we moved around on Fraser Island.My mate also lent us his PRIMUS 60L dual zone fridge/freezer plus his 200amp AGM battery to run it. This was a lifesaver and was so perfect for us. It drew little power and worked ridiculously well.We had our Waeco 35L fridge which we ran from our 120amp Lithium battery. We ended up turning this one off after a few days and didn’t even take it to Moreton Island. The portable toilet was a Kings model you can buy from the 4wd Supacentre. We paid just $79, heaps less than other ones we looked at. It was excellent and worked perfectly.Our portable 2 burner cooktop is a Campmaster we bought on special from Big W for just $35. We really loved it and didn’t bother taking our Weber Baby Q with us and now don’t think we will need it. The Portable burner did everything we wanted and it’s so much more compact and easy to use. For lighting we had our Ryobi 18v area light plus my awesome aircraft grade aluminum 1000 lumen torch. If needed we also had lighting from the canopy of the 4wd.Our Solar shower was less than $10 from 4wd Supacentre and it also worked perfectly. Afternoon showers were fabulous and after the day in the sun the water was genuinely hot.I did put a hole into our first one when on Fraser, it was my fault as I put it up on a branch with a broken branch behind it that punctured a hole, but at $9.95 it was no issue to replace it again. Camping RoyaltyThe Royal Chair that Queen Adele would sit and wave to passing 4wd’s was so good but sadly it too succumbed to a Dingo attack on Fraser Island and it had to go to Royal heaven. We got it on special at Big W for just $15 but it was the last one and now we can’t get another.It was so comfy and we had to fill the base with water which gave it weight and kept it stable, unless of course you sit in it on top of a dune and it does backflips and rolls over and breaks your rib. Poor Adele, was so bloody funny though lol It had been about 25 years since we last went camping in a tent and back then it was with an old tucker box with Dry Ice and we had to dig holes to go to the toilet. For cooking we had to lug around a gas bottle and stove and also a gas light. Camping is way easier today with the more modern and sophisticated tools at our disposal. If you haven’t been camping in a tent recently, consider the opportunity to go back to basics and embrace life in it’s most simple form. My Tip for Tent Camping: Check weather forecast first, it’s a lot less fun if it is raining and or there are gusting winds. Safe TravelsKev & Adele Indefinite Leave Also check out our videos – Moreton Island Everything you Need to Knowand Exploring Fraser Island Beaches, Tracks, Creeks and Rocks by 4wd You may also enjoy reading our 21 Best Things to do in and around Brisbaneand What it REALLY costs to Road Trip Australia________________________________________________________________________________Where to Find UsFollow us, Subscribe, Like, Share, and Comment on our website and social media here:-Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/indefiniteleave/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indefinite_leave/Website: https://indefiniteleave.com.au/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/indefiniteleavePinterest: https://www.pinterest.com.au/indefiniteleave/Twitter: https://twitter.com/indefiniteleav3___________________________________________________________This post may contain affiliate links. If you buy something through a link on this page we may receive a small commission. It will not cost you any more, in fact we’ve sourced out some great deals for you. Thank you for supporting us. Booking.com Continue ReadingAdventurers DiaryOur Best Travel Tips It’s 1398 days on a road trip of a lifetime for us at Indefinite Leave and we have loved every single moment, the good, the bad, the ugly and everything that comes with it, so we have had plenty of time to identify our our best travel tips for you.4 years ago we came to a point where we knew we wanted more. Work was killing us, we had become lost in city life, our morals had become corrupted. Our lives felt mundane, every day was like Groundhog day and the stress and pressure of work, a mortgage, more bills, housework and everything else we all deal with was taking a toll. Our desire to travel and explore was off the Richter scale.We needed more, we wanted to see magnificent sunsets, be amazed by an outback night sky, interact with animals in the wild and experience places we had never been. The Changes in our 4 yearsA lot has changed since we left, we started out as 4 and now we are 2. Our eldest son Matt was with us for the first 2 years and when he finished up just before Christmas 2017 he was a new man. He found happiness, he found joy, he had so many great new friends, he had new skills and he was more confident. We miss having Matt with us but his time had come to create his own new life.We also started with our beautiful Golden Retriever named MACKS. Wow, she had a ball traveling the country with us for her last 16 months. Devastatingly we had to let her go in June 2017 as arthritis had crippled her.Kev was a complete frog when we left and really felt the cold. Now the cold doesn’t bother him so much and he swims in much cooler waters than ever before. His fishing hasn’t improved though hahaAdele is really enjoying life without work. Much less stress, far more sleep. Not so many nights laying in bed with her mind racing thinking about what needs to be done tomorrow at work. This lifestyle really suits us both. Our Best Travel Tips For YouFor the last 1398 days this has been our experience, so here’s our best travel tips for you:– Embrace everything about life on the road. There will be bad days and very bad days. But they will be outweighed and outnumbered by the good days.– Say Hello to everyone you meet. A simple question like how long are you staying or where are you from can open the door to amazing new friendships. Strangers are friends you haven’t met yet.– Australian Wildlife and Marinelife is amazing.– Say yes. Don’t overthink things, bad weather, rough track, a bit unsure, just do it!!– Found a nice secluded spot to yourselves? Crank some great music up a bit, spread out, have a glass or 3, dance and live the moment. – It’s all about Freedom. Open space with nowhere to be.– There’s nothing better than a great fire beside a river or on the beach, a few beers/rums and wine, new mates and a view to die for.– See Australia, don’t just exist out there. Climb that Gorge, walk that trail, take that scenic flight, visit those caves, do the Gaol tour, go on the fishing charter, see that island. Because it’s about experiences.– The human mind and body can do a lot more than you think it can.– Live life on your own terms. Make your own daily choices and live irresponsibly.– You can make more money at home but you may only have one chance to really explore Australia. Do it while you can.– Don’t rush, see everything you possibly can. Uluru, Karijini, Kakadu, The Cape are all a long way. You will probably never get there again so take your time and enjoy the moments for as long as you can.– It’s an adventure, not a holiday.– No stress allowed!! So be sure to leave it at home.– Fall in love with your partner all over again. – It’s all about the journey.– Get a Samsung phone. Their cameras are amazing.– Get lost. Literally, go get lost and enjoy the experience.– Step out of your comfort zone and do what scares you.– Leave behind life as you know it and build a newer, better, more adventurous you.– Don’t turn on TV, it’s just junk and because it can be depressing.– Telstra or Boost, because that’s your only options. – Wikicamps is your Bible but the best places are found by chatting to other people.– A 4wd does get you places others can’t. So will being self contained.– Free camp. You will meet more people, friendlier people, have more space and privacy and love the experience more.– You will see more and it will cost a lot less without your pet.– When you’ve decided the absolute minimum ‘must take’ essentials for your trip, then reduce it again.– Back up your photos often because it’s beyond tragic if you lose all of those memories. What are your best travel tips? Share them in the comments below 🙂 Safe travelsKev & Adele Indefinite LeaveIf you enjoyed this blog, you may also enjoy reading:What it REALLY costs to travel AustraliaOur 22 Best Free Camps in AustraliaOur 29 Best Campgrounds in AustraliaMotorhomes vs CaravansMagnificent Honeymoon Bay NSW________________________________________________________________________________Where to Find UsFollow us, Subscribe, Like, Share, and Comment on our website and social media here:-Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/indefiniteleave/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indefinite_leave/Website: https://indefiniteleave.com.au/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/indefiniteleavePinterest: https://www.pinterest.com.au/indefiniteleave/Twitter: https://twitter.com/indefiniteleav3__________________________________________________________________________________This post may contain affiliate links. If you buy something through a link on this page we may receive a small commission. It will not cost you any more, in fact we’ve sourced out some great deals for you. Thank you for supporting us. Booking.com Continue ReadingAdventurers DiaryMotorhomes vs Caravans – the facts Motorhomes vs Caravans! This is a discussion we hear so often, so what’s better, Caravans or Motorhomes?This question is messaged to us a lot. We read about it online all the time and it’s a constant in discussions around the campfire and at Happy Hour all across the country. I even went and watched my mates in my old cricket team play yesterday and one of them brought up the subject. Which is fine except it rarely involves the Facts!!In most cases those who own Caravans argue why they are better while Motorhome owners inherently argue why theirs is better.Neither Motorhomes or Caravans are perfectThe truth is, neither is better than the other. Each one has benefits the other one doesn’t have.Now of course there’s numerous other options too including Fifth Wheelers, Campervans (whizz bangers), Camper Trailers, Slide Ons, Tents, Swags and more. But most people travel in Caravans or Motorhomes and these are the two that are almost always discussed in comparisons so I’ll stick with just talking about them today.It’s at this point I’ll stick up my hand and say I’ve never owned a Caravan. I’ve towed trailers and boats and all sorts of things but never a Caravan. Personally I’d be happy if I never did but the reality is it’s probably inevitable that one day we will.Our choice of weapon for our almost 4 years so far around Australia is a Motorhome. We met, traveled with and spent so much time with others who tow Caravans. We saw their processes, watched them as we followed up the highways and of course discussed their caravans in length over many dampers and a Rum or three around a fire at night. I think I’ve got something of a grasp on towing a Caravan however admittedly not the experience. Our decision not to towWe decided from the beginning not to tow. We thought if we needed a vehicle we would use a Taxi or hire a car. On a couple of occasions, we did use Taxi’s but never ended up hiring a vehicle. We’ve heard others say the same thing, we’ll just hire a car, but that didn’t happen for us and it really isn’t a solution either.We chose not to tow because we thought the size of our 8m Motorhome was already big enough to deal with and we didn’t want the extra cost of maintaining another vehicle.But let’s be honest, most travelers traverse the country by Caravan which has to suggest for most people it is the preferred method. If we were starting over again and I knew then what I know now, I’d have still chosen a Motorhome but I would have taken a trailer and a decent 4wd. But we were complete rookies and we are very happy with the decisions we made, they were the right choices for us at that time.Read all about our decision for buying our Motorhome hereThe Motorhomes vs Caravans DebateLet’s look at the argument, Caravans vs Motorhomes.The 2 favourite lines by Caravan owners are:With a Caravan you can unhook and use your car!! This is true and it is the greatest benefit of Caravans vs Motorhomes. It can be counter claimed by Motorhome owners that they too can tow a vehicle. This is a fair argument however it does have limitations. Towed vehicles are almost always a Suzuki which are the most suitable to be flat towed. Some travelers will tow a trailer but weight limits usually see this method also limit the Motorhome to towing a smaller car such as the Suzuki or similar. The benefit here of the Caravan is the tow vehicle is normally a larger 4wd. With this option you can take a Swag, small tent or similar and leave the Caravan behind for days to go off track and see more places. Realistically it simply opens more doors to see more places. There’s also beach camping such as 80 Mile Beach and Warroora Station in WA, some amazing places along the beaches at the bottom of WA, Gibb River Rd, Carmila Beach in Qld, Cape York, Tomato Island and Roper Bar, Gunlom Falls in the NT and no doubt the list goes on and on of great places a 4wd and Caravan can go that a Motorhome can’t or shouldn’t.This is without doubt the greatest benefit of a Caravan over a Motorhome.Check out our video of how we almost got bogged in the motorhome! Motorhomes vs Caravans – the factsSo lets look at the Facts:Common statement: In a Motorhome you have to pack up everything to go to the shops to buy Bread or Milk!! Despite what too many people proclaim, you never have to “pack everything up” to go down the shop to get milk and bread. NEVER HAPPENS!!Never, Ever, Ever!!When you arrive in town in a Motorhome if you need groceries you go get them. If not, you are either towing a vehicle or, if like us you only have the Motorhome, then you are going out most days anyway.We don’t set up like you do in a Caravan. We don’t put out an annexe, actually we often didn’t even put out the awning. No awning mats, no ropes, no permanent structure. It takes little more than 5 mins to put a few bits of cutlery away, bring in the slide-out, take down our curtain, unplug the power if on a powered site and be driving away. It’s simple and easy and not once did we ever have to do that because we needed to go around to the shop for milk. Lets debunk that myth now forever. Shops are often walking distance anyway but again, it was never an issue and I don’t remember ever needing to walk to the shops to buy something we needed. Motorhome BenefitsMotorhomes don’t roll over.Ok sure, it’s possible, but it’s so rare it’s reasonable to say it never happens. Stories of Caravans rolling over however seem to be a daily occurrence. It’s so common there’s enormous debate about whether Caravan owners should have a special license and we are now seeing weigh stations popping up around the country to police it.This was a major factor for us deciding to choose a Motorhome. In a Motorhome we can stay places you can’t in a CaravanWe stealth camp!!There I’ve said it. We keep it a secret because we know there’s always going to be those that want to tell everyone else how they should live their life and how there’s rules against it blah blah. The very politicians who make our rules break rules themselves every day of the week. Much much bigger rules that have far greater impact than us pulling up somewhere for the night.Anyway, I digress 🙂We can park places you couldn’t get away with in a Caravan. Hotel carparks, Shopping Centre carparks, Sportsgrounds, general parks and boat ramps. We’ve stayed in them all and more and whilst some Caravan owners might too, it’s much easier to do in a Motorhome and get away with it.(I just know I’m going to regret disclosing this… ) It’s cheaper in a MotorhomeWith our Kitchen with us everywhere we went, we never ate out. Our food, drinks and cooking equipment were always on hand saving us heaps.We also liked never needing to find public toilets let alone having to use one. Our bathroom was always with us.If we pulled up somewhere and thought let’s go for a swim or get out the fishing rods, our gear was always there.We also never found ourselves annoyed because we left the camera behind.Our Motorhome has 6 tyres, 2 less than many 4wd and caravan setups.1 vehicle to maintain unless you choose to tow.No hitching and unhitching. As you get older for many it becomes a chore.Motorhomes rarely get stolen. Caravans are a definite target for lowlife thieves. Caravan BenefitsYou can go more places. As discussed previously, the 4wd opens up so many more places a Motorhome just doesn’t often allow you.More space. The 4wd gives you the whole tray and with a rooftop rack you can get a lot more up there too. We looked at Caravans recently at the Brisbane Camping Show and they don’t seem to have the external storage we do with our Motorhome though.Having your base. It’s great that you can park the Caravan and know you have that base to come back to in the afternoon that’s all set up and you can just walk in and relax. It only takes us 10 minutes in the Motorhome but sometimes after a long day it would be great to just turn off the ignition and reach for the esky for a cold beverage.The 4wd is perfect for carrying firewood. We didn’t have anywhere external for that and the one time we decided to get some firewood and we put it inside the Motorhome, we ended up with white ants inside. Never again!!Lots of people do have external setups in their Motorhome for firewood but it’s so much simpler and easier with a 4wd.Securing your CampsiteKnowing your Campsite is secure when you leave for the day. In our almost 4 years we never once came back to find someone had taken our spot. We always left our table and chairs out and all was fine when we returned. We did often comment, I wonder if our stuff is still there or wonder if someone has taken our spot. It never happened but it was something that would briefly be on your mind as we drove back. Not such an issue with a Caravan, you just hope the Van is still there I guess lol The fuel economy from my experiences reading and talking to both Caravan and Motorhome owners is they are pretty similar. As mentioned though, we weren’t towing a vehicle. Smaller Motorhomes than ours and those without the overhead cabin that we have would achieve better fuel economy and probably be more fuel efficient than most 4wd and Caravan setups. We now do own a 4wd, having bought a Triton recently. So far we have used the 4wd for trips to Fraser Island and Moreton Island so no major trips where we have had to decide how we incorporate both vehicles but that time will come very soon. There it is, my thoughts on the real differences between a Caravans vs Motorhomes. Sure, there are other factors but I think these are the major differences.What are your thoughts regarding Motorhomes vs Caravans? If you’re considering which way to go for your Big Lap of Oz, hopefully we’ve given you some valid points to consider. Most importantly, it doesn’t matter how you do it, just do it and enjoy the adventure 🙂 Safe travelsKev & Adele Indefinite Leave___________________________________________________________________________________Where to find usFollow us, Subscribe, Like, Share, and Comment on our website and social media here:-Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/indefiniteleave/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/indefinite_leave/Website: https://indefiniteleave.com.au/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/indefiniteleavePinterest: https://www.pinterest.com.au/indefiniteleave/Twitter: https://twitter.com/indefiniteleav3_________________________________________________________________________________This post may contain affiliate links. If you buy something through a link on this page we may receive a small commission. It will not cost you any more, in fact we’ve sourced out some great deals for you. Thank you for supporting us. 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