This is a vintage flat-bed truck that’s been converted into a motorhome in Coimbra, Portugal. According to Exploring Alternatives, it’s called The Bumble Bedford and it is built using metal and wood framing, wool insulation, and a roll up canvas cover.
It’s also a vacation destination/suite that you can book over at Glamping Hub. We first told you about it in the video tour right here. Inside, there’s a sleeping nook, kitchenette, seating, and tables.
This is the story of how three used 20-foot shipping containers were turned into an epic waterfront off-grid tiny cabin in Portugal.
David from T-Rex Eco Container is an IT person with a passion for surfing. He wanted to create the perfect surf getaway for himself… So he built this incredible off-grid cabin in Portugal using three used 20-foot shipping containers.
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