‘It’s a house on four wheels!’ – The Campervan Boom in Ireland | ITV News

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The COVID-19 Pandemic has given us all a chance to take stock and think about how we want to live our lives. 

 

While for many of us, these changes might be small, for others there was a bigger pull: that of life on the open road in a campervan or mobile home.  

Rachel Younger visited Ireland to meet those who have stepped out of their comfort zones for the road less travelled. 

 

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