Friday, 15 May 2015

Inside the Caravan

Photo of inside the caravan.
The blinds are white and go up from the bottom, on the outside of caravan looking inwards the blinds are silver.  The fly screens come down from the top and clip onto the white blinds if necessary.


 The microwave at the top, the fridge, stove/oven Gas, the bathroom, dinning room with the table folded back.


 The bedroom and showing the fridge. There is more storage under the bed.


The dinning room. The table folds back, and the vases are wrapped in a cloth for travelling.


One of the big air vents, middle is the conditioning and reverse cycle heating, then the touch light, there are two of these.


The radio which has bluetooth, USB and CD player.


The TV which is also a DVD player and recorder, it works with solar power or electric.
The TV Antenna is on the ceiling which is a dial and little lights are shown as to the strength of the signal.


The bathroom, the door is locked in the position, then if unlocked it can slide closed.
The washing machine is under where the lid folds down.


A full oven which is Gas plus the sweet little shelves.


The shower is a full shower and is larger than we thought. 


The power mains.  Operates most things from here.  The Gas hot water, the electric hot water, also the Solar hot water.

The water tanks x 2, plus the inside temperature of the caravan and the levels of the water is shown on a very small panel just inside the door.....photo I forgot to take.


The garbage bin, and the contents of the yellow bag for recycling. 
The barbecue is on the outside of the caravan, you need a key to unlock it, then it slides out. The outside table also has a key, and that comes down when unlocked.
The 2 solar panels are on the roof as is the TV antenna.

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    1. It's amazing how the makers do fit all into such a small space. Did you notice the garbage bin :)

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    2. The first thing I looked for and I knew damn well that it would
      be shown - ha ha!
      Cheers
      Colin

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  2. Brilliant. The exposed terminals in the electricity box are not dangerous? I have seen microwaves installed high late that. Care would have to be taken if you heat liquids when taking them out. In the ceiling photo, the item closest to the top looks strange or covered up. The interior colours are good, very easy to live with. What a great time you are going to have.

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    1. No Andrew they are not dangerous, much the same as a meter box. We have a stool if needed for the hot things in the microwave, my husband being taller than I can reach it easily and safely.
      That 'thing' is a light, not covered up, has square frosted type glass placed in the 4 places around the light, in reality it looks effective.
      That's nice you like the interior colours, I chose them as I could choose from a range of colours that were available. I have a white donna/quilt cover with a few light grey leaves on it for the van also but it is probably too light so hence I will keep what came with the van which is the same as the drapes. Can't say I'm totally wrapped in that colour but nothing else offered to choose from.
      Oh yes, we anticipating it will be great fun, and we have been before many times in the other caravan we sold years ago.

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  3. Oh wow, that is fantastic. You should have a blast traveling in that! Congratulations. When is your first trip?

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    1. Thank you.
      We have been on our first trip last week..

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  4. So fantastic. Must be nice to have one like that!

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  5. Very stunning and state of the art. What fun you two will have.

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    1. Hopefully we will be having lots of fun Mildred..

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  6. Gorgeous - lots of happy travelling ahead of you

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    1. I'm sure of that Rosemary and a change from staying in Hotels/Motels/Apartments when travelling Australia.

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  7. absolutely amazing like a small comfortable house

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  8. Wow. It is amazing what you have in there. It is beyond camping. Luxury living more like. I envy your future adventures.

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    1. Oh yes Diane, not camping of roughing it anymore, going in style and I wonder what it will be like in 10 years time.

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  9. A masterpiece of space saving design I'd say. It's most impressive Margaret and they grey over tone is very classy. I really like it and could easily spend extended time in it. Have fun!

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    1. I don't know how the makers manage to get everything in the van, it's so compact yet has a bit of space. A caravan is something of the unknown when first ever living in one for a holiday, but we both love it for a change.

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  10. wow, that is more modern than my house. it's very swish. i think it would be quite pleasurable to travel in it. i love the colour scheme too. all the mod cons :)

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    1. It is modern, that's how they come these days...and everything and more included..

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