Presenters: Aaron Burchael & Chris Byrne
Record Date: 08/08/2022
Welcome to The Camping Crew podcast with Aaron Burchael & Chris Byrne
This is meant to be a fun podcast, we are just enthusiasts and what we discuss on the podcast are just our own personal views.
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Pure Radio Tipperary reported on June Bank Holiday Road Safety Checkpoint M7 Nenagh. Tipperary Divisional Roads Policing Unit accompanied by the Dog Unit and local Gardai carrying out a structured Checkpoint at the M7, Nenagh..
Overnight campervan parking banned at the Lookout in Dungarvan – Dungarvan Observer
From Motorhome Aires/park up Ireland FB – Donegal County Council Tourism Incentive. – Caravan, Camping, Campervan and Motorhome Facilities Grant Scheme 2022
Listener messages, follow ups & shout-outs:
Epi 153 we were speaking again about pricing on sites. Deirdre Charlie & Aaron have booked 3 sites in France over a 3 week period and they are per night 33.86, 42.20 & 53.00 with 2 sites charging for Charlie 4 & 5 euro per night.
David O’Doherty shares his experience with Sygic SatNavs in mainland Europe
Eugene: sent us a message on Facebook. Here’s some info for anyone heading to kaleidoscope at the end of June. 24th to 26th June
Campsites or stop overs:
What’s on Charlie and Me this week? This Friday’s video is part 2 of our Mayo trilogy with thanks to happiturfconversions.ie – Westport House, we have never been here because they don’t allow dogs .. well that’s just during July & August so Charlie & Me were invited to visit …
Arlene got in touch via Motorhome Locations Ireland group on Facebook. There is a new location in Arigna co Roscommon just popped up on park4night app. The owner is a campervan lover and couldn’t be more helpful. The parking is a flat area. Very quiet area and I loved the elevated views.
James Cowzer posted on IMG on facebook about camping at Irish Military Museum And Park
Mindfulness: When not camping why not sit back at home and relax and listen to the sound of the campsite or campfire.