Originally Posted by HurricaneSmith
I'll be watching this thread with interest.
When you wild camp in Poland, where do you obtain fresh water from please? My imagination ends at garages and cemeteries, or visit campsites every few days.
Also, where do you prefer to dump the loo waste please?
Sorry I missed your post above on here so understand why you PMed me with same.
Unfortunately although we live here we never have had to face the problem of water nor dump. If in Poland it is usually for a long w/e and if we are away for longer it is usually South to Slovakia(100km) or West on M/Way to Germany/France/UK.
Since we exclusively wild-camp we carry a spare cassette(we might even get a third) - usually last a week for two of us, providing the male can find a hedge(s)
Learn to know which S/Markets have Customers toilets(Lidl, Aldi, LeClerc do not. Tesco do in UK but not sure in Poland) - just to save cassette, not for emptying.
Motorway Service Stations in Poland (about 50%) have toilet dump grids for the coaches/buses. There is a symbol on the motorway signs when approaching, says BUS and a symbol. It is well-signed on the S/S area. I am not sure if there is water there - sorry never looked.
Of course, some people advocate having done the Boy Scout 'Latrine' badge - the badge is probably a shovel. There are lots of forests in Poland and many tent wildcampers - but I have never asked them
Sorry that on this subject I am of limited help. However if near us Katowice) we have big yard, EHU, grey water drain and a basement toilet for cassette. But please not 10 MHs at once
One or two other tips.
Diesel(off-M/Way) is today £0,80/lt - much cheaper than Germany and Slovakia but do not know Czech price. S/Markets do not have their own brand. Shell seems as cheap as anywhere - BP not.
Food is about 20% less than UK. Booze is also cheaper especially at pub prices - there is one bar by a lake where a 5% lager is £1 for 1/2 lt draught.
Any other info that any of you want other info please ask.