EddieS wrote:Have you been to Tassie?
hansmoleman wrote:This seems to be a good site. roadtrippers.com
My bucket list for an interesting road-trip: Ireland, Scotland, Iceland, England. I have a thing for driving around Islands.
EddieS wrote: He has done the whole appellation trail.
EddieS wrote:Tassie is nice. So different to the rest of Australia. As you say, well set up for touring.
Mate of mine went on a walk across England holiday self tour type thing. Where, you basically just walk across the country. Stay at pubs, or just take a little tent in your pack. Took him 2 or 3 weeks from memory. Sounded like fun. Stopping at all the little dinky villages. Something a bit different anyways.
Wasn't even slightly challenging for him he's a walker. He has done the whole appellation trail. Which is another interesting idea if you are into walking. The whole thing is too much for most. But it can be done in any variety of sections.
G001 wrote:I still cannot believe in some places along the East Coast, that a powered tent site at a caravan park could be $30pp/night. At that price point, a motel in the same town is as cost effective.
awakenedexsheep wrote:I take it you are based in the USA so i suggest to you UK on economic reasons
With Brexit happening, the UK pound has devalued majorly against the US dollar so it has never been better value the UK
Keep away from the cesspool that is London
But some lovely areas Northumberland, Cornwall, Lake District, Wales, Scottish highlands
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