What does Get Up, Get Out There & Get Lost mean? This is the ‘Get Out There’ part.
“Get Up, Get Out There & Get Lost” – Karen Rose
The ‘Get Out There’ Part
Two years ago, we started blogging about the amazing destinations we are lucky enough to be visiting in the world. Today, to celebrate the second anniversary, we would love to continue sharing with you the motivation for our brand in the hope of inspiring others to pursue their dreams and to never give up. If you haven’t done so already, read Part 1 first.
Get Up, Get Out There & Get Lost is our mantra for life. Here we look at the meaning behind it, as well as the awesome sand lettering we created for this feature photo. This is Part 2 of 3 – The ‘Get Out There’ Part. Continue reading “Getting To Know Our Brand – Part 2 of 3”
A Photo Collection of some of the most scenic locations to enjoy writing in. Add your own Writing Backdrops today.
Everywhere I visit, I write – Karen Rose
A Photo Collection
Pen, paper and treehouse days in England
Window seats make the BEST writing backdrops
The only thing that tops writing with a view, is writing with a SUNSET view
We love photos; planning them, taking them and flicking back through them. Our Photo Collections attempt to capture some of our favourite travel moments from across the globe, each with their own unique theme. This month, we want to share with you our first ever Photo Collection which of course had to be based on some of the amazing writing backdrops we’ve been lucky enough to enjoy on our global travels. Continue reading “Writing Backdrops”
Get to know inspiring Katt Andryskova, a scuba-diving instructor contributing to ecotourism on the Comoros Island of Mohéli.
Ecotourism with Katt Andryskova
Bird’s eye view of Laka Lodge in Mohéli taken by Katt Andryskova
Beach clean ups in Mohéli taken by Katt Andryskova
Baby green turtles hatching in Mohéli taken by Katt Andryskova
At Get Up, Get Out There & Get Lost we are super passionate about ecotourism and stories from inspiring women travellers. We believe that by promoting sustainable tourism and sharing traveller stories that are focused on ecotourism, more travellers will be motivated to choose an eco-friendly destination, tour or cause when considering their holiday plans. This month, we have teamed up with Katt Andryskova, a scuba-diving instructor based on the Comoros Island of Mohéli, and asked her a series of questions to better understand what she does. Read on to learn more about this beautiful destination, the incredible ecotourism opportunities here and how you can support Katt’s work. Continue reading “Inspiring Women: Mohéli”
Partnering with La Ivana, we want to give you just 5 of the things you will gain from solo travel.
“The future depends on what you do today” – Mahatma Gandhi
Our First Guest Blog
A Palm Tree against a clear blue sky in Fiji
Coming in to land over Mauritius with Mauritius airways
Yellow hibiscus flower in Mauritius
This month we teamed up with La Ivana on our very first Guest Contribution! We were overwhelmed by the positive response we received to Embrace Your First Trip Alone and off the back of that, we thoroughly enjoyed this exciting collaboration. Continue reading “Travelling Solo – Develop The Real You”
If you’ve never travelled alone, read what to expect on a solo trip, what to do if things go wrong and the side effects of taking that first step.
“Sometimes the smallest step in the right direction ends up being the biggest step of your life. Tiptoe if you must, but take a step” – Naeem Callaway
Starting a Solo Adventure
Trekking Ubud’s Rice Paddies in Bali Indonesia
Where the rainforest meets the reef in the Daintree National Park
Watching sunrise at Uluru – Kata Tjuta National Park Australia
It doesn’t matter which destination you choose, or whether you spend your time trekking, sunbathing or sight-seeing. If the idea of solo travel has tempted you but you always end up talking yourself out of it, let’s look at the process of travelling all by yourself and give you the confidence to go ahead and embrace your first trip alone. Far from the dangerous or lonely experience you might expect, it’s actually one of the most liberating and awakening things you’ll ever do.
Continue reading “Embrace Your First Trip Alone”
What does Get Up, Get Out There & Get Lost mean? This is the ‘Get Up’ part.
“Get Up, Get Out There & Get Lost” – Karen Rose
The ‘Get Up’ Part
Waking up roadside in a camper in Australia
Part 1 of our Travel Brand – The Get Up Part
Getting up with a raspberry porridge breakfast in the camper
Exactly 1 year ago, we started blogging about the amazing destinations we are lucky enough to be visiting in the world. Today, to celebrate the first anniversary, we would love to share with you the motivation for our brand in the hope of inspiring others to pursue their dreams and to never give up.
Get Up, Get Out There & Get Lost is our mantra for life. Here we look at the meaning behind it as well as the very classy pasta lettering we created for this feature photo. This is Part 1 of 3 – The ‘Get Up’ Part. Continue reading “Getting To Know Our Brand – Part 1 of 3”
A travel-with-teens special that focuses on getting the big kids outside and overcoming challenges together in Bournemouth, England.
“How we handle our fears will determine where we go with the rest of our lives” – Judy Blume
*A TRAVEL-WITH-TEENS SPECIAL*
Finding things to do with teenagers can be challenging. When children reach that age where they are more withdrawn, experience mood swings and find the thought of hanging out with you suddenly extremely uncool, how do you still enjoy holidays? In my opinion, it’s the most difficult stage, the transition between childhood and adulthood and many relationships are tested. It’s vital to still create time together, even if that means fighting off resistance and struggling to think of activities that you can enjoy with teens. Teenagers are still children and need guidance and support more at this age than any age before. They need adults they can talk to, laugh with and who remind them to be children. So what type of breaks allow them to be children but present challenges for them as young adults too? Continue reading “Fears and Fun”