Category: Czech Republic

Live Travel Author Interview – Jacqueline Lambert

Come along and ask me anything!

Hi, I’m Jacqueline (‘Jackie’) Lambert, author of the Adventure Caravanning with Dogs series. Based on my blog, the books follow the true story of how Mark and I gave up work, accidentally bought a caravan – then decided to rent out the house, sell most of our possessions and tour Europe full-time with our four dogs.

I invite you to join me this Sunday 6th December at 10am GMT for my live Spotlight Sunday feature on ‘We Love Memoirs’, the friendliest group on Facebook, run by N.Y.T. bestselling author Victoria Twead, among others.

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Kokořín to Český ráj – ‘Bohemian Paradise’, Czech Republic

Malá Skála; Vranov Castle (Pantheon) as seen in tourist brochures.
Unmodified, courtesy of Martin Veselka on Wikimedia, link to the licence here.

Squeak, squeak, squeak, squeak…

“Can’t you see the funny side?” I asked a rather grumpy Mark.

Children playing nicely can add to the ambience of a campsite. As we tucked into Frankie’s breakfast special on the terrace that morning, the sound of three toddlers enjoying the sandpit was a genuine pleasure. Kokořín had exceeded all expectations, although moving to a place called Český ráj – Bohemian Paradise had launched our hopes into the exosphere.

But we made a terrible mistake.

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