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25 tips to help make you a Happy Camper

August means peak camping. The full house signs are up all across the country’s most popular campsites. The summer holidays are in full flow. Families go in search of sea, sand and the last of the sunshine. The quest is to enjoy the remaining long summer evenings, the final weeks of school holidays and the festival season.
Any excuse for a barbecue or picnic in the great outdoors and hopefully some fine weather to go with them. Plan ahead. While camping is all about spontaneity and relaxation, that devil-may-care put your feet up and just enjoy the day, it’s hard to do so if you leave home without half your equipment, or worse again, nowhere to stay. If there’s anything worse than, ‘Are we there yet’, it’s to be so near and not have a pitch or berth booked in advance, especially if you’re travelling with children. An opener. Yes, the most simple of things but without one, potential disaster. A good opener is the perfect accompaniment to any good bottle of wine or cold bottle of beer. …

Somo time and the living is easy…

An experience to beat the band in West Cork