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1. Promotes Heart Health

Travel promotes physical activity, whether it is rushing through the airport, walking the streets of a foreign land, or climbing a mountain. Physical movement lowers blood pressure and the risk of heart disease and stroke.
According to information gathered from the Framingham Heart Study, a landmark study that began in 1948 and spanned over the course of 20 years, women who vacationed only every six years or less were nearly eight times more likely to develop heart disease or have a heart attack compared to women who traveled at least twice a year.

2. Keeps the Mind Sharp

Travel also can promote brain health and keep the mind sharp. When your brain is introduced to new experiences and environments (which happens during travel, essentially) it becomes challenged and builds resilience at the cellular level so degenerative disease is potentially delayed. This increase in cognitive stimulation due to exposure to novelty has been shown to improve both memory and concentration, particularly in individuals with dementia. Similarly, when you travel, you interact with novel stimuli in the form of new people, cultures, situations, and experiences, which can contribute to the delayed onset of degenerative disease.
Note: While you may like to frequent the same vacation spot every year, switching up the destination will allow your brain to reap the benefits that result from different activities and location.

3. Enhances Creativity

Turns out writers have good reason to travel to a different country in search of inspiration and motivation for their next novel. The brain’s neural pathways are influenced by environment and experience (the brain’s adaptability is also known as neuroplasticity), which leads researchers to believe that travel can spark synapses in the brain and enhance creativity.
A 2012 study published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology found a strong link between creativity and travelers’ immersions into cultures different from their own. According to the study, the better you are at engaging and adapting to new cultures, the more creative and professionally successful you will be. In order to actually enhance creativity, the author stresses the importance of immersing yourself in new cultures, rather than simply changing your physical location.

4. Relieves Stress and Boosts Mental Health

Stress reduction is one of the most important benefits of travel, according to the Global Coalition on Aging. According to a 2012 Expedia survey, 89 percent of vacationers found they could let go of stress and just relax after only a day or two into their trip. Pulling yourself out of your daily routines and into new surroundings resets both your mind and body, resulting in significant stress relief.
Moreover, leisure activities, such as traveling, can lower levels of depression and improve psychological functioning, according to a 2009 University of Kansas study. You can experience a boost in happiness even while planning a trip (up to eight weeks before setting off to your destination). Having something to look forward to, even if it’s a two-day trip, can feel rewarding. Vacationers also likely experience less stress and more satisfaction with their overall mood and outlook after returning from a trip compared to non-travelers.

5. Shifts Perspective

Travel broadens your perspectives, not only of the world but also of yourself. When traveling you may often find yourself in situations that you wouldn’t be in otherwise. You are faced with the reality of living outside your comfort zone, which, as uncomfortable as it is, gives you the opportunity to transform how you see things. Psychologists point out that people often have epiphanies while traveling, as they are able to view their problems from a more detached view.
Watching firsthand how other people live, almost like viewing the world through someone else’s eyes, can also broaden your view. Watching how other cultures live can force you to challenge your own assumptions and free your mind to experience alternative ways of being.

6. Increases Connection to Others and Self

Travel offers opportunities to meet new people that you otherwise wouldn’t have the chance to connect with. When you are outside of your comfort zone in a different country, you may have to look to others for guidance, which can create a sense of connectedness. Whether you obtain this connection by engaging with the locals, other travelers, or even those you are traveling with, making social connections, or deepening the ones you already have, can improve your mental and physical health.
Moreover, the social aspects of travel can enhance your sense of self. Research has shown that when you get out of your social comfort zone and immerse yourself into cultures different from your own, you strengthen your personal identity, including your values and beliefs, and increase your confidence.

6. Have wonderful new experiences on the road

There is nothing like going out on the road, Every day is a new adventure with every stop along the way a chance to meet new people and make new friends,chat and maybe even have a roadside barbecue. The feeling of the great adventure as the open road ahead welcomes you to that exiting new day ahead. New towns and locations await you. Maybe its a beach a or a small town , A off the track trail or a gathering of fellow rv ers.Who knows what is awaiting you but one thing is for sure is that its never boring as traveling opens the soul and frees the mind.

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The single female traveller

Believe it or not, 43% of our customers are single ladies travelling by themselfs,It is the fastest growing sector of our industry and continues to grow. One of the topics of conversation that regularly comes up is….”is it safe for a single lady to travel.

The long answer is more detailed. For a single lady in particular to travel alone around our beautiful country she must consider many things before putting her RV into first gear.

* Always park the vehicle in the direction you intend to leave. NEVER park yourself in or facing say a wall.

* When ever possible always travel in groups or with another person in their RV.

* There are many groups including single lady groups that offer companionship, tips and safety in numbers.

* Always park where there are other campers.

* One very cool trick I heard from a seasoned single lady traveler. She purchased an old pair of size 13 work boots from a charity shop and puts them outside her Camper with 2 chairs. When someone comes along that she is not comfortable with she just says either her Husband is asleep or will be back very soon. The shoe size is very intimidating!

* There is no real great secret to traveling alone. It is just common sense. But…if the thought of traveling alone scares you and stops you from making that move then I am sorry to say you are not truly living your full potential. It matters not what gender you are…what matters is what type of person you are. Will you remain a “Wall Flower” and live your life vicariously through others or will you release yourself from your fears and take the plunge (as thousands have before you). If you decide to “take the plunge” then pop in to our RV dealership and say Hi. We can even arrange for other single lady travelers to join you under our Marque where you can talk face to face and ask as many questions as you like…or at least until the desire to free yourself from your shackles is so strong that you jump in with both feet and…SWIM!




I have regular customers that have been coming to my website for  years yet they still can’t make a decision to buy. They have been in a position to purchase for a long time……but they still wait. I understand that purchasing an RV is a major decision and an expensive one and yes, you should take your time however, if you have viewed, driven, discussed about and agreed upon a particular Model, Make and design over the years……and then find several that fit the criteria…why do you wait?

I have always been a person that seizes the moment, grasps the opportunity and lives life understanding that we only have one trip on this rock…..there are no second chances. For every day that you do not buy is a day that you have not been on the road experiencing this fabulous diverse country we live in. I can promise you that you will never find that perfect RV that suits everything you are looking for….it does not exist. You then have to make compromises and work with what you have to make it better……much like life itself.

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What you should be considering is maybe the following

Can we both co-exist in this space (if traveling with a partner). Is there enough room for us to live in each other’s pockets over thousands of kilometres? You don’t want your travelling adventure to become stressful…regardless of how long you have been together.
Does it fit in with our budget or do we have to reconsider paying a little more….. for a lot more?
If you have all of the above sorted out and then still find yourselves not buying then you have other personal issues you need to address that only you can sort out……but remember, for every day that you are not on the road you are getting older……while hundreds of thousands are actually getting younger…….. This is what travelling does to a human.


I look forward to hearing from you 


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