From the nose, clockwise
The nosecone has doors on both sides. The two gas bottles are on the left, with storage space for an axe on the outside of the door. There’s a spade fastened across the door, and the inline gas geyser is at the door on the right. The geyser pulls out of the cupboard on a sliding frame when you use the hot water, so there’s enough ventilation around it. The single basin pulls out of the hull on the opposite side of the fridge/freezer. It’s next to the right-hand-side door, with an identical fold-out step to that of the other door. The showerhead with its extension cord is in a small cupboard at the top of the hull, from where it folds out. There is also a concealed cupboard at the back in the corner of the hull, the same as the one on the opposite side. A shelf that stretches the entire width of the caravan at the back and next to the roof hinges is the perfect place for a few bags of firewood, or foldup camp chairs.