Wednesday, 22 February 2017

The Impossible Experience Competition with Into The Blue

What experience would you create if you could do literally ANYTHING in the world? This is the question being asked by Into The Blue, the experience day company with their Impossible Experiences competition



What about going into space? Virgin Galactic has opened up the chance to space tourists, basically, those that have the money to go into space, for a cool $250,000.  Each tourist will take part in three days of pre-flight preparation and training, which includes mental and physical preparation for the rigours of going into space. The chance to eat space food cannot be missed and although I think it would be a stressful experience to some extent to see the earth from above would be life-affirming that's for sure.



Another experience would be to fly over to Iceland, drive to a secluded hotel, and sit in one of the hotel's outside hot tubs with a glass of champagne in my hand watching the northern lights. A waiter would bring me a platter of the most delicious food and I would relax in the warm water looking up to the stars and seeing the amazing phenomenon of the Aurora Borealis.  


I would also love to go on Concorde to New York. Concorde the supersonic jet plane that was twice the speed of sound used to whisk passengers across the Atlantic ocean in three and a half hours, half of the time it takes today. Unfortunately, the jets have now been retired in 2003 after low passenger numbers following a devastating crash, so this is one trip which is actually impossible.

Now how would you like to win a £200 voucher for Into The Blue, and the honour of having your experience turned into reality? To enter the competition is easy, all you have to do is enter via Twitter or Facebook, by using the hashtag #impossibleexperiences and tagging the company Into The Blue. So get your creative juices flowing and think of a (near) impossible experience. 

You need to get your entry in by midnight on the 28th of February 2017 and entry is open to those in the UK only. Four lucky winners will be chosen and have the thrill of seeing their experience made into reality. More information on the competition is here

What would you choose? Good luck!
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14 comments

  1. The northern lights option sounds incredible, I have wanted to see them for ages x

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    1. I'm hoping to see them when I go to Iceland soon.

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  2. Oooh, the space tourism sounds amazing to me! I think I'd wait until they had a few flights under their belts though - not sure I'd enjoy being the first person to try it out... x

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  3. Gosh, I wish I could fly Concorde in a few hours! If that was the case I would go back home to the States every couple of months (if I had unlimited amounts of money, of course). I would also love to go to space! Yikes, I wonder what I can think of to enter the contest. x

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    1. I would love to have gone on Concorde, apparently you got to the USA and it the time was before you left the UK!

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  4. I really want to see the northern lights but space tourism does sound immense x

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  5. This sounds incredible! I am not sure if I am brave enough to enter but fabulous opportunity!

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  6. Oh, this sounds like a lovely competition to try my luck in ;))

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  7. I've always wanted to see the northern lights, it's been on my bucket list for as long as I can remember! Space sounds really cool but I'd be so worried about being confined in a small space! Ironic! x

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    1. I wonder what space travel would be like too and if I would feel claustrophobic but what an experience.

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  8. If I could do anything, I'd fly to Berlin, then to London, Morocco, Jamaica and Cuba.

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  9. Oh I think I would come with you Iceland! Maybe check into the next secluded hotel and wave bye bye to the people going to space - as for my experience wishes, well, The list is as long as my arm! Thanks for sharing

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  10. I can remember camping trips as a kid and we'd see the Northern Lights. Your post made me smile and remember. I don't know if I could do space travel .. I'm super claustrophobic. I think I'll stick to the open spaces of camp grounds instead! Great post

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