We decided to book 3 nights at the Camping & Caravan Club site in Canterbury over the New Year period.
It was our 1st stay on a club site and our 1st New Year away from home so we were unsure as to how busy it would be.
We set off on New Years Eve after getting the day off from work and set off on our 4 hour journey to Canterbury in Rio.
We arrived at the site at about 2.30pm and refuelled before we pitched up to save time on Sunday for our journey back.
Upon checking in we were surprised about the lack of people – excellent, just the way we like it!
We were showed to a nice pitch on Park Lane, hardstanding and near to the motorhome service point but just far enough away so not to be bothered by other users.
Looking all festive with our fairy lights around the cab we settled in for the night and put a couple of pizzas in the oven – mmmmmmmmm.
Oh No! the fire wasn’t working. After an hour of checking everything including changing the gas bottles we decided to check the igniter battery and guess what, lit first time – disaster averted however I will not go into the “told you we should have brought an oil filled radiator” which someone very close to me kept repeating.
My motorhome speciality breakfast on New years day went down well and then we just relaxed all day – that was the idea after all!
Everything back to normal on Saturday, a day in the city beckoned.
We didn’t bother to look what time the bus came as it’s not that far to walk but we were lucky and got on a bus just outside the site and before long we were within the city walls.
We visited our favourite shops, the comic book store (american comics etc.) and level up games (Retro game Store – takes me back to my youth) but the boys didn’t buy a thing – what do they do with all that spending money?
Our last night soon arrived and we knew that it would be a while before we would get away again as GCSE time for our eldest son but couldn’t wait for June to arrive.
Total miles driven = 487 at average 30.3mpg – very pleased!