Tuesday, 17 April 2012

Home Sweet Home - photos inside the van

Apologies the blog posts have been a little slow of late. I've had a few requests to post photos of the inside of the van. We've started stocking up the cupboards, finding plastic containers which are the correct size and shape to fit all the pantry items in the most convenient places. I think that is going to be a trial and error situation (and an element of just accepting and making the most of a confined space).

Anyhow, here is the inside of the van. We removed the table that was mounted inside to give us more room as we figured we would be eating/sitting in the annex most of the time. Yes gents, the TV can be removed from the inside mount and placed on the outside mount. Awesome, we go travelling to watch tv!! Just joking but it will be nice to watch the news and footy.
 Above photo: main side door to the rear of the van going directly into the kitchen/dining area. To the side of the oven is the ensuite door (LHS when looking at this picture).
 Above photo: looking from the main side door, past the dining area into the bedroom section. QS bed with overhead and side cupboards and drawers. Hard to see but a flat screen tv is wall mounted on the RHS of the photo.
 Above photo: looking from the dining seat, ensuite door is closest to the oven, then the door with the black rim is the fridge/freeza. Thank goodness both are a decent size.
 Above photo: looking from one side of the QS bed, just captures the flat screen tv which can swivel around to be viewed from bed or the dining seat area. Can also be mounted outside for viewing in the annex.
 Above photo: QS bed. Very comfortable I must add.
 Above photo: Ensuite. This shows the toilet with the foldaway basin and mirror cabinet. A latter photo shows the basin folded down for use.
 Above photo: to give perspective as to the size of the ensuite, amazingly I actually don't need to duck down the get my head wet and there's enough room sideways for me to move around a bit without bruising elbows and knees. That's freaky, I just realised the top and bottom photos make me look 10ft tall! I am tall (thanks Dad) but not that tall.
 Above photo: the shower curtain has been pulled across (and also covers the door section) when showering, protecting the toilet and basin area from getting wet. Works really well thankfully as it was something we were concerned about. No water gets into areas you'd prefer to keep dry. Wet bottom = not happy Jan!!
 Above photo: demonstration of the basin pulled down for use, Thin faucet also moves forward for use.
Above photo: I've got no doubt I will be able to take thousands of photos that look identical to this, just with different background views. Doggies desperate to be allowed in the caravan looking in pleadingly. Not happening woofs!

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