#ArcticAdventure Vlog Day 4 update: Cooking on the move

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Martin Dorey is tackling the task of cooking for the team during long days of driving

#ArcticAdventure Vlog Day 4 update: Cooking on the move

Martin Dorey is tackling the task of cooking for the team during long days of driving
Martin Dorey is tackling the task of cooking for the team during long days of driving

Tuesday, 07, Mar 2017 05:40

by Tom Leaning

This #ArcticAdventure is gathering pace and the team is making great progress travelling eastwards across Europe, towards the Arctic Cirlce. One problem that the team tackle on a daily basis is fitting in meal breaks while keeping to their grueling travel schedule.

Watch Martin Dorey describe how he fills the bellies of his team with delicious food on the go.

Keep following their #ArcticAdventure here on the CaravanTimes website, and on our Twitter page.

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