DIY advice

If you are in the process of planning and designing a mobile home (including campervans) you will be all too familiar with the often overwhelming amount of advice, options, gadgets, gizmos and other so-called ‘must-haves’. Here at Comfortably Lost HQ

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So, we’ve decided to stay in one place for a year or two to save money and plan for our next major road trip. The Delica campervan, as awesome as it is, was simply becoming a big burning hole in

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UPDATE: We recently created a new wagon camper conversion back in Australia using lighter and stronger materials. In 2015 we spent four months travelling around Chile and Bolivia in a custom converted Mitsubishi Montero Sport (aka Mitsubishi Challenger in Australia,

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Many people living and travelling with a van or other camper vehicle are keen action sports enthusiasts. Surfing, skiing, mountain biking, rock climbing, hiking and so on. Surfing, in all it’s forms and crafts, is almost a national sport in

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Let me start off here that I am most definitely NOT an expert on solar power generation and 12v electrical systems. Two cups of coffee, a few hours of my time and about a dozen open browser tabs later I

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The first time I ever spent a night in the van I had a terrible sleep. Why? Simple rookie errors of a ill-prepared vehicle. I had no curtains installed to block out nearby street lights, only had a inflatable camping

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The 12v electrical setup in the Delica campervan took a few weeks to research and finalise, but we are extremely happy with it. Like the bed frame, the electrical system was designed to be effective, simple, easy to assemble, modify

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In the past few years dreaming of our great adventure, we spent countless hours researching the various designs and configurations of campervans. We don’t profess that our setup and design is the best option out there and there’s a lot

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As we are travelling across Australia and will often be in remote locations it was critical that we had enough potable water on-board to meet our drinking, washing, cooking and cleaning needs. Although our usage will vary day-to-day, from previous

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