About us

Hi!

Welcome to Not All That Wander Are Lost

We are a pretty ordinary British family of four who made an extraordinary decision to change our lives back in 2015.

Having been a slave to the system for so long, we finally found the courage to quit the rat race, sell everything we own and travel Europe in a 10-year old motorhome named Colin.

Our adventure has been full of ups and downs, incredible moments, enlightening experiences and life-changing realisations.

What started out as a blog to keep in touch with family and friends, soon became an important journal and essential outlet in which to record our remarkable personal journey.

Within these pages, we bare our inner soul to share with you, our honest, raw and candid experiences of life on the road.

You can follow our story from day one – learn about the catalyst that made us leave, our struggles as a family, the difficulty of living with uncertainty and the decision that changed our future.

Just how did we end up in Nicaragua?

We hope you find our story both endearing and engaging.

So, kick off your shoes, pour a glass of wine and start from the beginning.

Who knows, it may just inspire you to follow your own true path to happiness.

Adios Amigos,

The Cotter Family xxx

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “About us

  1. Hi Martine, great to read about your story and look forward to more connecting on FB. We have very similar paths, (minus the dog and children). Doesn’t this lifestyle make for an interesting and rich story. I’ll hop on over to Twitter and connect with you there too. You might like our http://www.facebook.com/motoroaming page too, which has all sorts of fun and frolics from Mr D, alias the rain-man. Kx

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