Win a copy of our book with Practical Motorhome magazine

A monkey ate my breakfast book coverThe team at Practical Motorhome magazine are giving away five copies of our book ‘A Monkey Ate My Breakfast : Motorhome Adventures in Morocco‘. Full details are in the May edition of the magazine, or you can find them on their website.

You’ve got until 10 April to enter, but if you can’t wait until then you can download/read the first chapter for free, or treat yourself to a copy from the following places:

Amazon UK for Kindle – £3.91
Amazon UK Paperback – £7.16
Amazon US for Kindle – $5.84
Amazon US Paperback – $9.85
It is also available in all other Amazon regions, simply search for A Monkey Ate My Breakfast.

Smashwords for Apple iPad/iBooks, Nook, Sony Reader, Kobo, and most e-reading apps including Stanza, Aldiko, Adobe Digital Editions and Palm reading devices – $4.95 USD

We also hope to have it available in the Apple iBook Store/iTunes shortly.

“Very well written, interesting and entertaining , it feels like you are there travelling in Dave!”

“informative, practical but also good fun and a very honest appraisal of the ups and downs of full-time motor homing”

“This well written, funny and informative book allows you even further into their world for the duration of their visit to Morocco”

“A superb travel book that gets to the real Morocco.”



  1. Hi there just found you in aprils MMM sounds like you are living the dream, i am a 63year old self employed decorator and jealous as hell, we have a caravan & 4/4 but i want to swap them for a motor home & decorate my way round europe to pay my way before i am to old , hope this gets to you , we will contiue to follow your travels ,best wishes & take care, Norman & Chris Burke, Preston Lancs.

    • Hello Norman and Christine,

      Thanks for getting in touch. We are having a great time and know how lucky we are to be doing this.

      Decorating your way around Europe sounds like fun – as long as you ensure you paint the town red in the evenings too!

      We’ve seen a few 4×4/caravan combos around, it does offer a bit more flexibility once you are stopped as you don’t have to stow everything just to nip to the shops for some milk! Please let us know how your plans are coming along.


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