When I think of camping I think of sleeping in a tent with rocks poking me in the back, being eaten alive by mosquitos who think I’m their dinner and having to use the bathroom in a bush while hoping to not get eaten by a bear.
Some people might think that sounds like a blast but that is not how I’d like to spend my weekend!
Although tent camping sounds horrible to me, if camping looked like this then I would definitely be willing to go!
From the outside this camper looks completely normal but the inside is exactly what all campers should look like!
The camper was built in 1985 by Eduard Bohtlingk, a Dutch designer who named the home “De Markies” or, The Awning.
The walls of the home fold down, giving you three times the space as a typical camper. Vinyl awnings can be pulled down for privacy for opened up for fresh air and a view.
Inside you’ll find a kitchen, living room, bedroom that sleeps four and a bathroom.
The kitchen features a sink, stove, kitchen table and plenty of cupboard space.
The spacious living room is perfect relaxing and watching the sun set.
A vacation spent in this beautiful camper wouldn’t feel like camping at all! It’s a home away from home.
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