Sam and I spent a week away in the Adventure Van at the beginning of October. We had four lovely days in the Lake District and the rest of the time relaxing in Moffat, Scotland.
This was a perfect opportunity to test out the newly installed virtual private network (VPN) using wi-fi provided on the caravan sites.
Turns out the VPN wasn’t an issue but the wi-fi was. I didn’t manage to get connected on either site due to a poor signal.
I did have a giggle to myself when I tried logging on to the wi-fi in Scotland. A message popped up to tell me to move closer to the router. Not that easy when we were snuggled down in the caravan on a wet autumn day, having been allocated a bay at the far end of the site. I wasn’t going to sit outside the site reception in the rain on my laptop so I could be closer!
In the end I tethered my mobile to my laptop so it was still important to have the VPN...