Bundle Off Meaning

(intransitive, idiomatic) To go somewhere unceremoniously

Example: 2006, Elliot Mabeuse, A Game of Dress-up
  Her mother came back in and pulled her out into the hallway as if she were bundling her off on a date and whispered urgently to her.
1922, Hugh Lofting, The Voyages of Doctor Dolittle/Part 4/Chapter 5
  The porpoises gave us one last push and our strange-looking craft bumped gently on a low beach. Then, thanking our lucky stars for a chance to stretch our cramped legs, we all bundled off on to the land—the first land, even though it was floating land, that we had trodden for six weeks.