In this video we tell you why we went on a world tour, how we do it and how we got there. We also explain why we chose a Land Rover for this adventure and why she is called Milady Landy. We give a short report of our first trips with the Old Milady Landy … Read more
We drive with an old diesel car, a Land Rover Defender 130, our Milady Landy. That’s not the most environmentally friendly car, so we decided to compensate for the miles we drive by investing in trees in Uganda. Eco-Friendly Travel I borrowed this title from the ANWB-Kampioen, the article in the Kampioen of July/August 2021 … Read more
At the beginning of June 2021, we traveled to Luxembourg, at that time the only country in Europe where we were welcome with our Covid vaccination. We mainly knew the country as a transit country to refuel cheaply. We stayed for almost 2 weeks, the country was so surprising in nature and culture. We took … Read more
From April 4 to May 2, 2021 we, Sonja and Gert Jan walk the Pieterpad, traveling for a month without our Milady Landy, she is parked in Breda. The Pieterpad is the longest long-distance path in the Netherlands from the northern Pieterburen in Groningen to the southern Sint-Pietersberg in Maastricht, Limburg, about 500 km long. … Read more
Beautiful snow images of our home base, Etten-Leur, the Netherlands. The Zwartenbergse Molen in the Zwartenbergse polder is beautiful in itself, during the winter it is even more attractive. These are my own unique images, taken with my DJI Mavic Mini drone. It takes some practice, but in the end I am quite satisfied.
In September we gave a presentation about our journey in and through Morocco, on September 1 and 3 in Etten-Leur and on September 16 in Bergen op Zoom. In total we were able to receive about 130 interested people. They were animated lectures, we, Sonja and Gert Jan, told enthusiastically about our adventures in Morocco, … Read more
South of the town of Beni-Melal and the lake of Bin-El-Ouidane, near to the town of Tilouguite, the Michelin map of Morocco indicates “la Cathedrale (rochers)“.We were made curious by this indication on the map and went looking for the Cathedral.It turned out to be a very interesting and rough ride through the Atlas Mountains … Read more
Goodbye to the desert dunes of Erg Chebbi On Thursday 11 June we leave Hassi Labied, the small village at the bottom of the dunes of Erg Chebbi where we stayed for almost 3 months. Hassi Labied, together with the more famous Merzouga, houses and entertains thousands of tourists in and around the desert dunes … Read more