Crispy Fried Dried Fish | Easy Asian Camping Food | Vanlife Pinoy in America | Pinoy Solo Camper

Hello. I am Pan. I am a Filipino (Pinoy) solo camper living the vanlife in America in a converted Nissan Rogue suv camper. I camp in free campgrounds in the USA.

Today I am preparing an easy Asian camping food. It’s a crispy fried dried fish dish. You can also cook this at home. This camp meal is easy to make and it’s delicious. This crispy dried fish recipe is easy to make.


3 Dried fish
1 tomato, sliced
2 eggs
1 red potato, cubed
Extra virgin olive Oil for frying
Salt, pepper, garlic powder, balsamic vinegar to taste

Hello. I am Pan the Filipino / Pinoy solo camper living the #vanlife / #suvlife in a converted Nissan Rogue awd suv camper in free campgrounds in the USA. I live full time in my suv camper in free campgrounds in America. Living rent free helped me to reduce the deficit in my negative monthly budget. My early retiree pension is not enough to live on monthly. I have to dig into my savings to supplement my pension.

Living as a Pinoy in America is sometimes hard if you do not have enough money. The American dream is hard for us foreigners / immigrants. The United States of America is one of the most expensive countries to live in. It is also one of the most beautiful countries with a lot of pretty nature spots and sites. The national forests, BLM lands, natural wonders, national parks, national monuments, and national treasures have some of the great places to camp for free. Living on free campgrounds in the USA afforded me the freedom to visit lots of awesome places in America. I was doing dry camping / dispersed camping / boondocking in free campsites. I have visited Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona, Nevada, California, Utah, and Texas.

It may look like I am a Pinoy homeless in America. But I am always home in my suv camper. While some people might think I am a Filipino homeless in America, others think that I am living the dream of vanlife suv living. Traveling like the snow birds. When it is hot I travel north higher up in elevation for cooler weather. When It gets cold, I travel down south like the migratory birds during the season. In the meantime, driving from free campground to another seemingly trapped in a never ending search for free wifi, cell phone signal, safe campground, and free showers. And always looking for sunshine for the solar power lithium battery system to charge my electronic devices and run my compressor refrigerator. Such is the life of a Pinoy nomad in the vast nomadland in this great country of America.

I have documented my Pinoy vanlife adventures in this channel. I hope I can continue living this adventure for years to come by staying healthy and living as cheaply as I can. But most of the great experiences cannot be captured with the camera. You have to be there to see and experience it for yourself. I try to capture the sights and sounds of nature so you can at least see and feel the beauty that nature has to offer.

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