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- n. holidaying in a caravan, either mobile or in a permament site
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. the practice of taking holidays in a caravan.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the practice of taking holidays in a caravan
"Long term caravanning and holidaying is becoming increasingly popular again," he said, "which is why the Northern Territory and Western Australian results have been so incredibly strong.
'Well, if that's the effect the idea of caravanning has on you, I don't think you'd better go,' said her mother.
Radio 4 no longer broadcasts SOS messages to relatives "believed to be caravanning or on a walking holiday", alerting them of a loved one who is dangerously ill.
The trend for boutique caravanning is spreading, with a new collection of classic models on the Lizard peninsula in Cornwall
Granted, the boutique caravanning concept is not for everyone.
The key is remembering this isn't a hotel: caravanning hasn't moved on that far since the 70s, so you should prepare accordingly, then throw yourself with wild abandon into the kitsch wonderfulness and the chance to indulge your showgirl fantasies in this unspoilt corner of Britain.
I have distinctly unfond memories of caravanning (we didn't camp: the very word makes my mum pull her something-mouldy-at-the-back-of – the-fridge face).
I wish!!! we were caravanning in Deux sevres dept in July, weather wasnt great, but im told its scorching now!!!
Clinton will spend the day “caravanning,” a Puerto Rican political tradition in which the candidate rides through various communities meeting and greeting voters and produces a wild and carnival-like atmosphere.
Was I even more pissed than usual, or is the queen of caravanning M.
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