Dormobile


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Dormobile

™ a vanlike vehicle specially equipped for living in while travelling
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The Dormobile helped fuel a dramatic change in the UK leisure scene and it was converted by Martin-Walter which had a great reputation as automotive body builders.
The Dormobile helped fuel a dramatic change in the UK leisure scene and it was converted by Martin-Walter, which had a great reputation as automotive body builders.
Motorhome living is an acquired taste but things have moved on a lot since the old days of the basic Dormobile.
Within the Dormobile of Destiny, my assistant Dr Delight, awaits your ailments with her wide range of pills and potions - most of which have been tried and approved by the crowned heads of Europe, many of whom I count as my closest friends, ladies and gentlemen, " the doctor continued.
Some of us travelled up in a Dormobile, carrying the essentials for the sale," he says.
Itwas the perfect spot between 'oop North' and 'The Smoke' for the friendly rivals to swap banter before taking the last lap home in their dormobile vans.
I imagine that he spent much of his earlier life driving along the hippy trail in a Dormobile painted in the psychedelic colours that adorned the stole he wore for Sunday's morning service.
It cornered the generic name of Dormobile, but that has to be strictly applied to the motor caravan version produced by specialists Martin Walter.
We will sleep in a hired dormobile and dine under the stars on Greek salads and Greek melons bought at sunny Greek markets.
That's not always easy with location caterers, which tends to be two or three people at most cooking in the back of a Dormobile for 70 people, and it's never going to be haute cuisine.
Danny and Allison Kane were heading for Calais and then home when they stopped in their dormobile.