My Bucket List

I must admit, when I decided to travel it was a bit of an eye-opener. It kind of dawned on me that I have no idea what I want to do or see, all I knew was that I wanted to get out and see the world. In order to give my travels a sense of purpose, I threw together a bucket list off the top of my head and inspired by countless things; too many to mention.

So without further ado, and in no particular order; here it is!

1. Go to the Korean mud festival
2. Spend at least one year teaching abroad
3. Finish 150 hour online TEFL course – Achieved in July 2013
4. Spend a night camping in the Australian Outback
5. See a World Cup game in person
6. Watch a game of football in a foreign country as a neutral – Achieved in April 2014
7. Go to the Milan derby
8. Watch an England international football match in person
9. Spend Christmas in New York
10. See a New York Rangers game in person
11. See a Broadway show
12. Be in Times Square for New Years eve
13. Travel South East Asia – Achieved throughout most of 2014!
14. Eat authentic sushi – Achieved many a time after moving to Japan in 2015!
15. Travel round South America
16. Go to the Rio De Janeiro carnival
17. Go on a lads’ trip to Vegas
18. Ride the Trans Siberian railwayAchieved in February/March 2015
19. Do a skydive
20. Go to Venice
21. Get a tattoo that means something to me – Achieved in April 2014
22. Do something worth writing about, either in blog or book form – Achieved almost every day since I set off!
23. Make money from my writing, be it via this blog or any other means.
24. Attempt stand-up comedy
25. Learn another language fluently
26. Do “the 92”
27. Swim in the Blue Lagoon in Iceland
28. Stay in a capsule hotel – Achieved in Da Lat, Vietnam, April 2014.
29. Eat bugsAchieved in South East Asia, numerous times in 2014!
30. Go on a ridiculously expensive night out and not think about money
31. Go to the Glastonbury festival
32. See one of my favourite bands in an intimate venue in a country they aren’t massive inAchieved in August 2015
33. See Tom Dice in concert
34. See in the new year in another country – Achieved in Barcelona 2005 and Dublin 2012
35. See in the new year on another continentAchieved in Sydney, 2014
36. Stay in an ice hotel
37. Run a marathon
38. Go to the Coachella festival
39. Go on a zero-gravity flight
40. Hike the Leaping Tiger Gorge
41. Travel on a sleeper train – Achieved in February 2014
42. See and walk along the Great Wall of ChinaAchieved in December 2014
43. Climb Everest Base Camp
44. Go to Antarctica
45. Climb Mount Fuji

That’s it for now…I think!

Do you have a bucket list? What should I add to mine? Have you done any of the things on my list? Feel free to leave a comment!

Advertisements

25 responses to “My Bucket List

  1. You should add La Tomatina tomato fight in Spain to your list! I went in 2010 and it was INCREDIBLE. It may be years before you can eat a tomato again, but it’s worth it. Good luck on your travels!!!

      • OH!!! I went to a “football” game when I was in London. My Dad is from Northolt in London and is a staunch Spurs supporter. I thought Kiwi’s were big on Rugby but soccer is almost like a religion over there.

  2. #31- Go to Glastonbury? Really. Been there done that. it wasn’t that great…although I wasn’t there for the music festival. If I were I’m sure I would have enjoyed it better.

  3. Pingback: New Years Resolutions 2014 | Rambling Northerner·

  4. Pingback: Completing Bucket List Item #42: Visit The Great Wall of China | Rambling Northerner·

  5. Pingback: 2014 in Review: My Top Five Travel Highlights | Rambling Northerner·

  6. Pingback: New Year’s Resolutions 2015 | Rambling Northerner·

  7. Pingback: Completing Bucket List Item #35: See in the New Year on Another Continent | Rambling Northerner·

  8. Pingback: My Trans-Siberian Railway Adventure: Part One – Beijing to Ulaanbaatar | Rambling Northerner·

  9. Pingback: My Trans-Siberian Railway Adventure: Part Six – Kazan to Moscow | Rambling Northerner·

  10. Pingback: 2015 in Review: My Top Five Travel Highlights | Rambling Northerner·

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s