Fancy magazine (DoR) star (here).
Chosen by Bro, Bucharest, autumn 2010
Properly christened, ready for the Bucharest-Brussels trip, courtesy of Mum, winter 2010
Over-loaded, Brussels-Briancon trip, winter 2011
We still cannot believe how much stuff we managed to squeeze in this car.
In the French Southern Alps it was far from being the only Logan MCV around, even the village police had a couple. Every time we saw a Logan MCV we shouted "Brother!" An identical white one would be acknowledged as a "twin". We saw many brothers and twins during the four months spent there.
Twin, Cluj, spring 2011
Twin, Bucharest (and favourite), spring 2011, courtesy of Simona
Resting after the Briancon-Leeds trip, spring 2011
In England we're the only ones driving this type of car, haven't met a brother or a twin so far. The alien feeling tends to be enhanced by having the steering wheel on the other side. And by being stopped and asked about it. So f$%$*$* special!
English Breakfast in Kettlewell (Yorkshire Dales), autumn 2011
Window view with car, Tunbridge Wells, spring 2014
Car-boot sales, Tunbridge Wells, summer 2014
New model pimped-up Volcom brother in Biarritz / San Sebastian, autumn 2014
Never thought we'd see another Dacia (Duster) on our street, Tunbridge Wells, autumn 2014
Theirs and ours, Sussex, spring 2016
Ours and ours, Tunbridge Wells, summer 2016
After six years on the road, we decided it was time to get a car with the wheel on the right side, and we're taking the Logan MCV back home.
Long road back home, Loire Valley, summer 2016
Long road back home, somewhere in Eastern Europe, summer 2016
En route to skiing in Romania, Apuseni Mountains, winter 2016-2017
Back home, Cluj county, winter 2016-2017
Volcom-ing it up