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We are Dori and Ionut,  a couple from Romania in love with travel, who, in spite of everybody thinking we were crazy (buslife is not a well-known concept in Romania), decided to recondition a VW Bus, turn it into a camper and fulfil our dream of becoming professional wanderers. Recently Xena, the wandering dog, has joined our pack and now two people, one dog and a VW Bus go for one happy family:)

Eni the VW Bus is a T3 of 1984 and when we bought her, she was in a big need of love. Apart from completely redoing the interior and converting her into a camper (she had been used to carry blocks of salt…) we had to get rid of all the rust and replace most of the electrical and mechanical parts. Converting Eni took us over 8 months but the experience of traveling and living off the grid in places we couldn’t have enjoyed more otherwise, makes all that effort completely worth it.


To go everywhere and hurry nowhere. To see the places that tourist prefer and the ones that locals love. To climb mountains, visit museums, walk the streets, meet the people, but most importantly to take our time. To take time not only to visit all the interesting and less known places but also do it at ease, without hurry while also enjoying our hobbies and projects and the time spent together.

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What does the BusLife mean to you?

The ultimate travel experience, one that offers you freedom to explore and to discover yourself and the world around you.

What are the biggest advantages and challenges of living the BusLife?

The biggest advantage is the freedom it offers, while the biggest disadvantage is that your car is also your home. If your car has problems you are suddenly homeless.

Tell us your favourite destination you have travelled to so far?

Greece – amazing country, very friendly to BusLifers

What’s your favourite thing about your VW Bus?

Everything 🙂

What advise would you give to anyone starting a travel adventure in a VW Bus?

It is an amazing experience, you will meet wonderful people, see great places and even rediscover yourself in the process. However, one thing it is not: That perfect idyllic life that you see on Instagram 🙂

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