FAQ's

All the answers on the questions you are dying to ask

To pee or not to pee, that is the question…

By Charlotte | 26/01/2019

This one is for all kayaking girls. How to pee in the boat while kayaking.

Rusty bow of a puffer in a cave

Jennie, a wreck in a cave

By Alexander | 04/01/2019

Partly due to the weather the light is already dimming out. We had an early start and some rest on the southwestern tip of Arisaig.…

Big waves on Mealista, outer hebrides west coast

The waves are alive with the sound of singing.

By Charlotte | 28/12/2018

Throw mindfulness out of the window! We should all be singing when fear gets to us.

Watercolour after Norman Ackroyd, Mingulay Bay

The Old Man and the Sea

By Alexander | 21/12/2018

After a day, sheltering for the endless rain, we decide to explore the town a bit further and find ourselves a nice dinner. Dressed in…

Revamping the German reddish brunette.

By Alexander | 30/11/2018

Until now most of the blog post, where stories about our summer kayak adventures. However, in the spring and autumn, we like to slow travel…

DIY Gear

By Alexander | 30/11/2018

We like creating and designing our own gear. We do a wide range of stuff, like sewing and carpentry or creating stoves from deodorant canisters.…

Mini Camper conversion

By Alexander | 30/11/2018

We always used a small commercial van as our mini camper. Except for a tentlike extension on the barn doors on the rear and some…

The removable compact camper unit

By Alexander | 30/11/2018

The concept of the camper unit is quite simple and consists of two parts. In the boot of the car is a box-like structure that…

Mini campervan overlooking MaCleans Nose on Ardnamurchan

The divorce

By Charlotte | 23/11/2018

I felt a bit of a struggle coming up when we drove back from Orkney. The paddle of the clutch was not responding all that…

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Combat de la Rouge-Mare

By Alexander | 11/11/2018

Slow Traveling is exciting because it is not about the big and expected stories of visiting major landmarks or tourist traps, but rather the surprise…