Category: My Motorhome
Maybe it’s a women’s thing but my RV needed to have a name.
Hello, My name is Otto…
Here we go, let me introduce you to Otto, my faithful and so far always reliable travel companion on the road.
I have always enjoyed the feeling of freedom through travelling with a RV. It’s your home on wheels. Yes, smaller but much more flexible. Whenever you have the urge to get out, it’s a great option to get into your second homebase and hit the road.
So in 2014 I decided to buy myself a RV. It was love on the first sight and still is. Otto.
Cooking, Heater & Hot Water 101
In this post, you will learn how to manage gas supply in your motorhome.
As standard set, RVs have mostly one, usually two bottles à 11 kg gas loaded. This gas heats up the boiler, operates the heating for air and water, the stove and cools down the fridge. Possibly, if available, the grill and the oven as well.
Electric kettle, hairdryer & Mobile Phone 101
You don’t want to pass on your luxury items while camping? Then you need power supply for your electronic devices. How does that work?
My RV has just as most motorhomes two batteries for the main power supply. One in the driving and one in the living area. These get charged by either driving or when the motorhome is connected to external electricity. On campsites or parking spaces, there is usually power outlets where you can connect to.
Choices & Decisions
I bought my RV in 2014 and still don’t regret that decision. Why did I decide for this exact model? Well, I can tell you I did research over an over again, went to motorhome and camping stores, checked reviews, got all the details you need to know but at the end my list of decision criteria was pretty clear. If you are planning on purchasing a new or used RV yourself, here is a list for you.
Of course, this is my own personal opinion and yes, maybe also strongly led by a women’s opinion, but it might give you some direction in the jungle of offerings out there in the market.