Travel/Life Bucket List Part 2

The most curious thing about traveling is that once you’re bitten with the travel bug, the infection just spreads. It’s incurable. Sure, you can get your fix for awhile, but you soon find yourself researching flights and destinations and daydreaming about your next big trip. The thing with me is that my travel list just continues to grow. I don’t have a limited number of destinations. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. The more bloggers I read, the more people I talk to, the more I travel, my list continues to grow.

So, after listing a number of cities and countries I want to visit, I’ve been inspired and therefore decided to compile my bucket list activity items (and ones I’ve already crossed off!)

1. Study Abroad
2. Join a Sorority
3. Make it to State Gymnastics
4. Win State gymnastics (2006, 2007, 2008)
5. Live in France
6. Teach English Abroad
7. Backpack Europe
8. See the Harry Potter sites in London
9. Relax on the Beaches of Nice
10. March in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
11. See a Broadway show in NYC
12. Bathe in the Blue Lagoon
13. Sail through the fijords of Norway
14. Volunteer with Katrina cleanup in New Orleans (and party on Bourbon Street!)
15. Ride bikes in Amsterdam
16. Learn about history in Washington DC and Boston
17. Go Skydiving
18. Enter a mosque
19. Hike Cinque Terre
20. Party in Tokyo
21. See Big Buddha
22. Go to the Atomic Bomb Museum
23. Ski in the Alps
24. Graduate college
25. Camel Trek in the Sahara
26. Relax on the Greek Islands
27. See the Great Pyramids
28. Float in the Dead Sea
29. Explore more of Eastern Europe
30. Celebrate St. Patricks Day in Ireland
31. Hike Machhu Picchu
32. See Auschwitz
33. Backpack Southeast Asia
34. Go to Hawaii
35. Cruise in Alaska
36. Go to Harry Potter world
37. Bike across San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge
38. Take a US roadtrip
39. Party in Mexico
40. Speak French in Quebec
41. Snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef
42. Bungee jump in New Zealand
43. Parasail/ paraglide
44. Go indoor skiing in Dubai
45. Take a Caribbean cruise
46. Horseback ride in Mongolia
47. Hike the Great Wall of China
48. Climb Mt. Fuji
49. See the Taj Mahal
50. Pet penguins in Antarctica
51. Live in New York City
52. Do yoga in India
53. Join in the Friday Night Skate in Paris.
54. Participate in a Naked Bike Ride

What are some of your bucket list items ?



14 thoughts on “Travel/Life Bucket List Part 2

  1. So, should you find your way to AK, give me a holler! And I highly recommend taking the train either South to Kenai from Denali or North to Denali! I’ve never heard a bad review from friends or family who have come to visit!

      1. At the moment I’m in Seattle area with the boyf! But depending on life plans, I may be headed back home for work or grad school:}

  2. I’ve actually accomplished 14 of the items on your bucket list.

    I don’t have the time or energy to type my entire bucket list but recently (in fact, last Friday, June 20), I actually crossed off one of my bucket list items – which was (as crazy as it sounds) participate in the World Naked Bike Ride.

      1. Actually, I participated in the ride in York, England. The WNBR is staged in I-don’t-know-how-many cities and countries annually, but the event in Portland (Oregon) has attracted more than 8,000 participants. The one I did in York drew roughly more than 100 riders but it was still a lot of fun (I’ll probably mention it in my blog in a week or so).

        Where in Paris does the roller skating event take place?

      2. I think I am definitely going to have to add naked bike ride to the list!!

        The event in Paris takes place on Friday nights and attracts about 300 skaters! They ride together thru the city!

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