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    Post a picture of your favorite Camping Spot

    As the title says here's mine, crap pictures I know but what a wonderful place.



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    who gets the kiddies bunk then??

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    whenever we used these hotels,we all flipped a coin for the hamster bunk, bloody things...





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    Overlooking Ludlow


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    Lago d Idro,,Italy

    West of the Garda lake.Anfo,,Camp Pilu.


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    Finnland

    Wild camp in Scandinavia..


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    I quite like this one:


    Mainly for the views:




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    Tom's field near Swanage... Gorgeous site
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate View Post
    Tom's field near Swanage... Gorgeous site
    We stay there at least a couple of times a year, top place
    Going as fast as you can won't kill you ........stopping faster than you want to will

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    Taken on 14Jan06 ...

    ... from the top of the tower in the Zebrabar in Senegal, THE best campsite I've ever been to

    The blue/white van in centre shot was our support vehicle.
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    Applecross

    Not so much the campsite but the road getting there.
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    First, a trip down to Cornwall on the weekend England got beaten by Portugal in the World Cup. Brilliant weather and many beers at the pub next to the campsite as i drowned my sorrows.



    Second, in the Pyrenees the first time with our huge Kyham tent. Woke up to this view every morning


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    Not so much as a favourite camping spot, 'cos we only stopped for one night, but most certainly two of the best

    1) Wild camping in Kyrgyzstan, there's a 'six pack' in a cargo net hung in the river

    2) Wild camping in the Gobi Desert, early morning, it was rather cold

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micky View Post
    Not so much as a favourite camping spot, 'cos we only stopped for one night, but most certainly two of the best

    1) Wild camping in Kyrgyzstan, there's a 'six pack' in a cargo net hung in the river

    2) Wild camping in the Gobi Desert, early morning, it was rather cold

    These places look absolutely stunning Micky. Did you camp much during that last trip or was it mainly hotels and hostels?

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    We camped just nine times in that six month trip, once out of Europe the hotels were soooo cheap

    Early in the trip you couldna get a tent peg in the ground

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