It's 2017!! As always, I look back and think that the year went by so quick. How did you do with checking off goals from your bucket list in 2016? Though I didn't complete everything I had set out to do, there were plenty of cool experiences had around the world.
Whatever it is that your goals there are benefits to turning them into a bucket list, a well-crafted one can push you to lead your version of an ideal life.
Just an hour and a half ride from Tokyo on the Japan's Shinkansen (the bullet train) you will find the city of Sendai. It is the capital city of the Miyagi Perfecture and a gem that sometimes gets overlooked. Sendai is the largest city in the Tōhoku region of Japan and is full of cultural monuments, unique foods and vibrant city lights.
Are you the ultimate foodie? Do you watch the Food Network nonstop and tailor your day around your next meal? Then this food lovers bucket list is for you.
You'll have to venture way beyond Bali in order to explore the very remote Raja Ampat, who can definitely give Indonesia's most popular island a serious run for its money.
Kudos to you for deciding to start a bucket list!! But now comes the harder part, you need to start filling it up will incredible experiences. You’re bound to have a few things that you have always wanted to do in the forefront of you mind.
Scenic hiking trails, relaxing beaches, cool craft breweries and lots of lobster — there are definitely so many fun things to do in the Nova Scotia. A road-trip through this Canadian province gave me the opportunity to explore at my own pace allowing me to focus on finding the best bucket list adventures for you.
There are plenty of ways to save money, but the trick is finding the ones that can also be motivating, healthy and just plain fun so it seems like you do not have to sacrifice too much. An easy way to do this is by turning your bucket list goals into saving techniques.
The Galapagos Islands certainly is a magical place where you can be immersed in a nature display unlike no other. The remote destination is a melting pot of unique wildlife, which inspired Charles Darwin’s landmark theory of evolution following his visit in 1835. It is home to wildlife species that are found nowhere else on Earth.
If you aren't immediately sold on Zurich just by its quaint cobbled streets of the Old Town (Altstadt), then head over to the trendy Kreis 5 district or take a boat ride on the picturesque lake. The "things to do" in this Swiss city are plentiful, and here is just a taste.