At CircusFest, I was pleased to meet many other full-time travellers and I asked some of them if I could have a look in their rig and photograph the more unusual set-ups. It’s inspiring to see how individuals use tiny spaces for full-time living, how they decorate with natural materials and make use of all nooks and crannies.

This is Manu’s truck.

Manu's truck, January 2013
The outside of Manu's truck is decorated with a landscape mural.

Manu's truck, January 2013
Originally from Portugal, Manu has been travelling around Australia for two years.

Manu's truck, January 2013
Manu re-fit out the interior to suit his needs, including installing a pot-belly stove.

Manu's truck, January 2013
A little fridge and stove are all that Manu needs for his kitchen, and I love the decorations made with twigs.

Manu's truck, January 2013
Manu has his plates hanging on the wall. I like looking at how a single person can travel and live comfortably with so few possessions, it's inspiring and a liberating idea.

Manu's truck, January 2013
At the front of the little room, Manu's bed is raised as a loft, making room for his bicycle to be stored underneath.

Manu's truck, January 2013
Above the doorway, a small sound system is mounted into the cabinetry, and Manu's books make a tidy line over his bed.

I like seeing people who live on the road but in hand-made spaces. It’s inspiring to know that there are many different ways to fit out a tiny box and a life can be rich and fulfilling with few possessions.