My Unofficial Bucket List!

My *unofficial* Bucket List! In no particular order besides some sort of organization.

LISTS!

  1. All 7 Continents
    1. Africa (04/17)
    2. Antarctica
    3. Asia (06/16)
    4. Australia (02/05)
    5. Europe (05/07)
    6. North America (07/85)
    7. South America (06/16)
  2. All Available Wonders of the World
    1. Ancient
      1. Great Pyramids of Egypt
    2. Natural
      1. Grand Canyon (07/98)
      2. Great Barrier Reef (04/06)
      3. Rio de Janeiro harbor
      4. Mount Everest
      5. Aurora (12/16)
      6. Paricutin Volcano
      7. Victoria Falls
    3. New
      1. Great Wall of China (06/17)
      2. Petra
      3. Christ the Redeemer
      4. Machu Picchu
      5. Chichen Itza
      6. Colosseum (07/08)
      7. Taj Mahal
  3. All Oceans
    1. Pacific (06/15)
    2. Atlantic (Gosh, who knows!)
    3. Indian
    4. Southern
    5. Arctic (12/16)
  4. All 50 States
    1. Currently at 36. Missing a lot of the middle ones…
  5. All biomes
    1. Deciduous Forest (Too many to count!)
    2. Coniferous Forest (Too many to count!)
    3. Tundra (12/16)
    4. Grassland (02/05)
    5. Desert (04/17)
    6. Savanna
    7. Rainforest (06/15)
  6. All the Places on my Clock

SEE!

  • Statue of Liberty (went with my family before I started recording!)
  • Hoover Dam
  • Independence Hall (07/12)
  • St. Louis Arch (07/98)
  • Golden Gate Bridge (08/11)
  • Mount Rushmore
  • The Alamo
  • National Mall (went with my family before I started recording!)
  • Yellowstone (06/02)
  • Niagara Falls (06/17)
  • Tallest Mountain ~ Chimborazo (not Everest!) (06/16)
  • Tallest Waterfall ~ Angel Falls
  • Equator (06/16)
  • Prime Meridian
  • Amazon
  • Sahara (04/17)
  • Galapagos (06/16)
  • Sacsayhuaman
  • Chernobyl
  • Avatar Mountains
  • Sistine Chapel (07/08)
  • Easter Island
  • Hobbiton
  • Stone Henge (05/07)
  • Loch Ness
  • Mt. Fuji
  • Old Faithful (06/02)
  • Firefly Caves
  • Table Mountain
  • Hadrian’s Wall
  • Zanzibar

EXPERIENCE!

  1. Northern Lights (12/16)
  2. Southern Lights
  3. Interact with
    1. Manta
    2. Whale Shark
    3. Dolphin (07/00)
    4. Elephant
    5. Tiger
    6. Sloth
    7. Otter (09/16)
    8. Monkeys (06/16)
    9. Camel (04/17)
  4. Swim between continental plates
  5. Live in a country where I don’t speak the language (08/08)
  6. River cruise on the Nile
  7. Transiberian Express (06/17)
  8. Silk Road
  9. Win a travel contest
  10. Karaoke in Japan (07/16)
  11. Stay in an igloo hotel
  12. Stay in an ice hotel
  13. Stay in an underwater hotel
  14. Stay in overwater bungalows
  15. Dive the Dead Sea
  16. Dive in a sunken building
  17. Deep Sea fishing
  18. Drive a super car (08/14)
  19. Drive a tank (01/17)
  20. African Safari
  21. Ride a horse on
    1. Africa  Camel (04/17)
    2. Australia (02/06)
    3. Asia (06/16)
    4. Europe (08/08)
    5. North America Too many to count!
    6. South America
  22. Alaska Cruise
  23. Drive on the Autobahn (10/08)
  24. Mardi Gras in New Orleans
  25. St. Patrick’s Day In Dublin
  26. Birthday Abroad (07/06)
  27. Bioluminescent Beach
  28. Jellyfish Sands
  29. Stay at a place with an infinity pool (07/16)
  30. Stay in a pod on a mountainside
  31. Fire Bar (07/12)
  32. Ice Bar (07/12)
  33. Go to a country with calls to prayer (04/17)
  34. Slide through the mountains (China 06/17)
  35. Socotra Island
  36. Salt flats
  37. Ziplane!  (04/13)
  38. Panama Canal (04/15)

If you made it this far and think you have something cool to add…. tell me!

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7 thoughts on “My Unofficial Bucket List!

  1. Jemille Williams says:

    I suggest the addition of cruising through the Panama Canal. It was one of the greatest thrills of my life. To think that this 19th century technology has never failed is mind-boggling, as are the number of huge ships lining up 24/7 to pass through it.
    Also, I did it in 2011 and we could see construction on the new super canal that parallels it that will allow aircraft carriers and super-tankers to pass through. That would be super amazing to see one of those mammer-jammers going along beside you!
    I highly recommend Norwegian Cruise Line’s Star. Even Clark Howard recommended it. It is an older, smaller ship, so the fares are lower.
    We took a 15-day cruise with a porthole room for $1250. There were people aboard who had paid $449 last-minute!
    We also visited 6 countries on one cruise and did amazing adventurous things every other day, and spent the sea days reading and eating and relaxing.
    My most perfect cruise ever!

  2. Anna Zhao says:

    Hey Mrs. Heyward… I told you I would check your blog out!! Anyway, you can get both manta ray and whale shark swimming checked off your list at the Georgia Aquarium, even though you don’t technically travel!!! (….I sound like an advertisement) You can swim with them and lots of other animals in that tank. You can also have animal encounters with other animals in the aquarium as well as the Atlanta Zoo (even if some of the animals there aren’t on your list)!
    http://www.georgiaaquarium.org/experience/explore/programs-activities/animal-interactions
    http://www.zooatlanta.org/wild_encounters

    • Carly Wayward says:

      Haha, you know, you’re right! There are tons of treasures even at home!!! Although it definitely ups the Magic in the wild! But swimming with the otters was at a zoo, lol. Thanks for checking it out!!

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