And this is Dorine and Sabine (sisters of course) who run a caravan called Koffiequeen, currently parked at Boumtown at the festival in Gent. Dorine dreamed up the idea while cycling around on holiday (in NZ as it happens) and now has a life of constant movement, her caravan is her work that she takes wherever she goes. Obviously we had a lot to talk about.
Jonathan is also no stranger to moving, his dad is a diplomat and these last couple of years are the first he has spent in a Belgian school despite being born here. He is about to uproot again and go to Cuba for his final schooling and is clearly looking forward to it. Wherever he goes his schooling is usually in an international school where kids from all over the world are in a foreign country and learn together in English. I always wanted to be a diplomatic kid, they are always great conversationalists and have such a broad experience of the world. So, if I am elected as Prime Minister (you never know) I will insist that everyone gets at least 5 years of international schooling. (We'll pay for it out of enforced slavery from anyone who owns a Hummer)