Come in­side

Go! Camp & Drive - - Caravan Test -

Be­hind the door is a row of can­vas pouches for gog­gles, flash­lights and toi­let tis­sue. Di­rectly be­hind the door, to your im­me­di­ate right, are three shelves each big enough for a pair of shoes or a toi­letry bag. Be­hind this are three larger pock­ets, two of which have a can­vas cover with vel­cro. Next in line is a small­ish makeup mir­ror that is un­for­tu­nately too low to be of any real use. In the mid­dle of the trailer’s in­te­rior wall is an­other row of can­vas pouches for cell­phone charg­ers, mag­a­zines, field guides and other odds and sods. In the far­thest corner to the left is a cup­board with two trans­par­ent plas­tic bins. Be­hind the cup­board is a space for bed­ding and table­cloths (the bat­tery mon­i­tor is also mounted here). At the foot of the cup­board are eight 12 V and eight 220 V sock­ets. In front of the cup­board there’s shelf where you can put a lap­top to watch your favourite movie at night. It also acts as a bed­side ta­ble. Above this space is an LED read­ing lamp. A slightly weaker LED is right at the top be­low the apex of the roof. Sure, the Cub is a lot smaller than a typ­i­cal off-road car­a­van, but there is am­ple space for one per­son to com­fort­ably hol­i­day for a few weeks. Two peo­ple will strug­gle to stick it out if they take shel­ter in­side for more than a just few days. So rather take turns spend­ing time in­side un­til it’s time to go to bed. >

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