I know many of you are probably curious about our setup so here’s a silly  picture from my son’s birthday. 
I’m standing in the entrance and you can see the top bed with the protective screen setup (to keep the kid from tumbling out at night). Below is the couch/table that turns into a bed with a bit of maneuvering. Immediately to the right of the door is the kitchen counter with a tiny sink and tiny stove top (no oven). Next to that is the fridge and above all that several counters and shelves. The benches also hide storage space underneath them and there are cabinets next to the top bed, which makes for a small sleeping area but a fair amount of storage space all in all. 
On the left, out of sight, is a wardrobe and the bathroom. I’ll post pics of that later. 
Honestly, I expected a lot worse, older and dirtier and I was pleasantly surprised with what we have. The main thing that bugs me is that the window won’t open so we’re completely dependent on the a/c provided right now, which can be a bit weak at times, not to mention that it adds to the general claustrophobic feeling of living in such a tiny space. I’ll keep you updated on how it is to actually travel in this space and more pictures will be forthcoming as well. 

I know many of you are probably curious about our setup so here’s a silly  picture from my son’s birthday. 

I’m standing in the entrance and you can see the top bed with the protective screen setup (to keep the kid from tumbling out at night). Below is the couch/table that turns into a bed with a bit of maneuvering. Immediately to the right of the door is the kitchen counter with a tiny sink and tiny stove top (no oven). Next to that is the fridge and above all that several counters and shelves. The benches also hide storage space underneath them and there are cabinets next to the top bed, which makes for a small sleeping area but a fair amount of storage space all in all. 

On the left, out of sight, is a wardrobe and the bathroom. I’ll post pics of that later. 

Honestly, I expected a lot worse, older and dirtier and I was pleasantly surprised with what we have. The main thing that bugs me is that the window won’t open so we’re completely dependent on the a/c provided right now, which can be a bit weak at times, not to mention that it adds to the general claustrophobic feeling of living in such a tiny space. I’ll keep you updated on how it is to actually travel in this space and more pictures will be forthcoming as well.