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Getting Lost Travel Blog

Getting Lost the Travel Blog began in 2014. It was born shortly after Cat and James rekindled their relationship after a 20+ year break.

It was the love child of two people who just couldn’t be more different. James, a Joiner from the Hauraki Plains, was fearless – hunting and gathering, exploring shipwrecks, jumping into hidden water holes and sliding down hills.

Cat, a Strategist in an Auckland Advertising Agency and part time photographer knew a lot of restaurants, was constantly on the hunt for the perfect photo and had an infallible knack for getting lost. Oh and then there’s the 3 daughters they were now trying to bring together.

It was a brilliant, beautiful, messy chaos – full with wonderful exploration and a random adventure of getting lost that started it all. So now they’ve amassed over 200 stories, they’ve built a big, wonderful community who love random adventure too and they’ve created a travel adventure game that’s sold more than 100,000 games around the world.

You can find our latest adventures here or explore by destination below.

Recent posts

At last its Haast

At last its Haast

Leaving Frans Joseph glacier just after 7 we decided that we really should book ahead in Haast as we would be arriving late so did a quick google and found a camp...
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Frans Joseph Glacier

Frans Joseph Glacier

Seeing Frans Joseph Glacier has always been something on our bucket list. After leaving Greymouth we were determined to get as far as we could on our trip to Queenstown before it...
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Shantytown in Greymouth

Shantytown in Greymouth

After 3 hours of driving (which equates to 5 hours with children) we were ready for a stop in Greymouth and decided to head over to Shantytown. It was relatively expensive at...
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Reefton, a great place to stop

Reefton, a great place to stop

First stop on our West Coast adventure was Reefton. Up until then I knew nothing about Reefton but now I can not only happily recommend it as a great place to stop...
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