Travel Diary: Nomads Notes Adventure Journal


When I was a kid, I loved to go camping with my parents. First and foremost, it was always an adventure every where we went. We always tent camped travel diaryas far back as I can remember. Additionally, looking for that perfect spot to set up your tent was always the best part. I feel like I wanted to be tucked away under the trees or in some bushes, like a fort. The tricky part was finding a spot that was soft and flat, as well.

Since, we had kind of a big family that went with us, location of where you want to set up your tent was always limited. So, you had to be creative sometimes. Luckily, my parents ended up getting a huge tent that slept, like 12 people. In the middle, there was a travel diaryroom that stood seven feet, then there were two rooms attached, also. One on each side of the middle room, that seemed pretty big themselves. Each one of the rooms could sleep four to six people and had mesh screen windows. This thing was awesome!

I say it is awesome, but mainly because I don’t remember setting up nor tearing down this beast. Furthermore, as I have gotten older, there have been a few tents, half the size of my parents’, that I could strangle the design engineer for crappy set up instructions. I can’t even imagine trying to set up my parents’ beastly tent.


Finally, once camp was established and set up and running, hiking was next on the list. There was nothing like getting lost exploring the woods and nature around us. I remember seeing birds, bugs, and all sorts of critters that whole trip. Every trip and vacation we took, brought us closer as a family. I just wish that I had a journal for all of our trips and was able to hook up my memories to a device for every one to see with my journal. What I would give to be a kid again…

Nomads Notes is such an easy, user friendly, software that will do all of the things that I wish I had as a kid on all of my adventures. Check it out below:

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A unique travel diary software program for the RV, motorhomer, caravanner, 4WD or other vehicle based traveler

Keep track of your travels in one easy to use software program 

Do you write a travel diary or journal of your trip? Take photos of your trip to share with family and friends? Write down all of your fuel consumption and daily mileage details? Keep a record of all the great campsites you have found.

Here is the new “Nomads Notes”. A unique way to record all these aspects of your trip, and more, in one easy place. As you record your trip details you can easily retrieve information on how many miles or kilometers you have traveled so far.



Whenever, I have traveled in the past, utilizing my RV, I have always liked to keep a diary of my trip. I used to use a word processing travel diaryprogram for this. I also recorded all the campsites we have found, the details of where they are, how much, if the RV fit easily, and the facilities at each location. With Nomads Notes, I can now do it all in the one application.

Trip Diary – Records each trip separately. A trip can be from a one night quick trip away to a lifetime on the road.

Daily Journal – Record your daily events and thoughts. It even includes a spell checker with 4 different English language dictionaries – US, UK, Australian and Canadian.

Photo Album – Photos can be arranged in separate albums for all parts of the trip. Each photo can have a separate title and description. Photo album has search capabilities by date or location.

Expenses – Record all your trip expenses divided into categories of your choosing eg food, house etc.

Campsite Journal – Records all aspects of your campsites including, location, type of camp, cost, features, pet details and GPS points.

Fuel Consumption – Records all aspects of fuel purchases and show graphical reports of average cost per vehicle, total cost per vehicle, average volume by purchase or vehicle, and total volume per vehicle. All charts shown in metric and/or imperial.

Contacts – Records all aspects of contact details for the people you meet. No longer having to remember what their email address, phone number or website address is, you have it all recorded. And was the daughter’s name Jessica or Janine – you have all the details.

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This AWESOME Software Program will also:

Vehicle details  and maintenance records – Can record details of multiple vehicles, for example your motorhome or RV, as well as your towed vehicle or motorbike. Keep a record of Insurance policy details and oil types and capacity for gearbox and engines for when you need to do repairs on the road. Keep a record of vehicle maintenance including parts and labout and also insurance policy details and oil types and capacity for gearbox and engines for when you need to do servicing on the road.

TV and Radio Stations – Keep a record of TV and Radio stations you find along the way so you can easily find them next time.

Reports – Reports are numerous and easily retrieved. They include campsite reports, vehicle travelled summary and fuel consumption.

Export – Exports all aspects of the trip and the reports into a pdf format for you to share with family and friends

Forget expensive word processing and spreadsheet applications. All your travel journal applications in one please easy to use with no complicated maths of formulas to work out mileages, campsite costs or fuel consumption

Check out these Testimonials:

  • It fits right into what is needed by me. With everything in one package, it helps for a great diary for memories etc. Being on a budget getting around I can work out how far and what approx costs it will take for a future trip
    Frank, Washington, USA
  • “Let me start to congratulate you with the software …Great product ….. Love the idea. Great for storing info, photos, and trip fuel expenses”
    Eric, Queensland, Australia
  • It does all. I was doing using 4 different programs when travelling
    Denis, Texas, USA
  • What a fantastic idea you have with Nomads Notes. I am just starting on this wonderful world of being a Nomad and I would never of thought such an aid would be possible
    John, Victoria, Australia


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