Welcome to part 2 of my travel bucket list! If you haven’t read part 1, you can check it out here!
You may be thinking that I’m bonkers! How are you ever going to complete it all? To tell you the truth, I haven’t got a clue but I know I can. I am also determined to complete this list to the fullest, meaning I want to do them in the best places and not go half hearted!
And so, let’s get straight into My Travel Bucket List Part 2!
11 – Go to an outdoor cinema showing
There’s something magical about having a huge screen playing a musical, and the open sky above you. I have yet to attend one of these, but I would love to do it in America, or just somewhere with better weather than England!
The English outdoor cinemas can be viewed here though if you like our weather!
I think I would want to watch The Greatest Showman or Mamma Mia if I had the choice!
12 – Learn to make cocktails
I’m not really a big alcohol drinker, but I think that’s because I haven’t found a drink that I like.
I would love to learn how to make cocktails and find my ultimate drink! What country do you think I should do this in?!
13 – Complete a skywalk
The Grand Canyon is absolutely beautiful, but imagine seeing it from the sky! I am practically drooling at the incredible pictures I could get from this. The only issue I would have with this one is the height, it’s a lot higher than I have ever been (aeroplanes don’t count here!)
There are other places to do a skywalk! You can view a brilliant list here.
14 – Attend a festival abroad
I am not a big festival goer and there is some danger attached to a huge crowd like this one, so I am on the look out for the perfect one! There are different connotations I apply to the word ‘festival’ and some of them probably aren’t right (whoops!) and so I think my dream festival would be Country 2 Country!
This festival has been postponed until next year so I think I’ll save up and maybe visit the Dublin arena! Is this something you would want to go to?
15 – Visit an ice hotel
I hate the cold, I really do, but I would quite happily embrace it just to visit (not sleep in!) an ice hotel. I would love to visit one while in Lapland, at the same time as viewing the Northern Lights!
You can see an ice hotel in Lapland here.
16 – Stay in a tree house
I never had a tree house as a kid, and so I have never experienced the magic of playing and sleeping in one!
This company allows you to sleep in a tree house, and zip line through a jungle so I could get two birds with one stone!
17 – Learn to Salsa in South America
I have done some research into backpacking South America, and this is on everyone’s list! Any why wouldn’t it be? It’s an amazing way of getting immersed into local culture, it looks like loads of fun and you learn some dancing while you’re at it.
18 – Horseback safari
I love horse riding, which I will gush about in Part 3 of this list. I have been riding since I was 9, and I’ve worked on many different yards and ridden lots of different horses.
It is my dream to go on a horseback safari! The only issue is how expensive they are! I try to travel as cheap as I can so this is something I’ll have to save up for.
When I do go though, I’ll definitely head off with this company.
19 – Learn a language
This is something that can be done at home using an app like Duolingo, or maybe with a tutor. OR! It can be done while touring a country and having lessons on the language and on life while you’re at it.
I do like to know the little of a language before I set off, but learning while you’re out there helps you learn faster.
I would love to learn Dutch and Spanish!
20 – Write a journal for all of my travels
I have done well so far in documenting all of my journeys, however I always seem to lose the notebook as soon as I get home!
Writing down what you have done every day, or every other day, is a brilliant way of having memories to go back to and that is something I always want to do.
Congratulations, you have made it to the end of part 2! What do you guys think of the activities I have mentioned in this post? Is there anything you particularly like? Let me know in the comments down below!
Be sure to mention anything you think I have missed!! You can read Part 3 here!
6 thoughts on “My Travel Bucket List – Part 2!”
I find it very exciting when you included two great items on your bucket list–staying in a tree house and in a ice hotel!
I’ve done a few of these but love the rest of your ideas! Also, The Greatest Showman is one of my absolute favorite movies 🙂
Very impressive list. Congratulations. I noticed that you told about this: ice hotel. Well, I do not know that in Finland we have World’s Biggest Snow Castle. It is not only snow castle, but much. It offers naturally spending night inside it, has ice bar and restaurant, full of snow and ice art and Snow chapel. In chapel it is possible to get married. Many people coming abroad has done so! Link:
Best Snow Castle photos
You wrote also: “Learn to Salsa in South America”. The idea is great, but learning to dance Cumbia, should be better. I know South and Central American music. Cumbia is the best. Example:
Example of Cumbia music
I did not give links to Reindeer rides or even to free reindeer races, which are open for everybody. P.S. I have also Spanish in addition to English in my posts.
Have a wonderful day!
I the idea of this blog. I would be scared to stay in a tree house or an ice hotel but I always wanted to go to a festival abroad
It is time to put our dreams on paper and take the courage and desire to make them come true.
Cool, we share a lot of the same bucket list goals. I’ve done the first 4, 11-14 and hope to accomplish a few others on your list too. I am a firm believer that you have to put what you want out into the universe to get it. So keep visualizing your travels my friend.