• Visit all the continents (Currently: 3)
  • Go to at least 30 different countries (Currently: 10)
  • Don’t have permanent home but live in hostels
  • Couchsurfing
  • Around the world trip on cruise ship
  • Ride hot air balloon in Cappadocia, Turkey
  • Swim in infinity pool
  • Travel to 15 different Finnish cities and make blog posts about them (currently: 4)
  • Go to safari
  • Travel around Europe by cheap buses
  • Visit Amazon
  • Spend night in the glass igloo (Finland)
  • Visit abandoned amusement park (don’t be like me, don’t do illegal things!)
  • Do volunteer work and help animals
  • Go to see the colors of Gibitngil island, Cebu
  • Wash elephants
  • See the pyramids and ride camelΒ Β (I rode camel once on family vacation)
  • Hike E10 trail/Finland from South to North
  • Be up all night on beach
  • Island hopping on Thailand, Philippines, Singapore
  • Live week without internet
  • Zao Onsen, Yamagata Perfecture, Japan
  • Visit New Zealand
  • Travel through Russia by Trans-Siberian railway
  • See a broadway musical
  • Get lost in big garden labyrinth
  • Spend night in lighthouse (did this once when younger)
  • Visit Easter Island
  • Bungee jump (me being afraid of heights this may never happen)
  • Interrail around Europe
  • Be vegetarian for month
  • Sleep in an ice hotel
  • Add a lock to Love Lock Bridge in Paris
  • Go to fashion show
  • Spend nights in tree houses (around the world)
  • Hike to top of the mountain and see sun set and rise
  • See Venice by gondola
  • Do Working Holiday year in Australia or New Zealand
  • Hike to Mt. Fuji
  • Go to kpop concert in South Korea
  • Visit North Korea
  • Luxury holiday in beautiful seaside resort
  • Road trip through USA
  • Go to Disney Cruise (because why not?)
  • Live at least three months in Germany
  • See cherry blossoms in Japan
  • Get five hundredΒ thousand readers for my blog
  • Attractions to see:
    • Machu Picchu
    • Taj Mahal
    • Stonehenge
    • Grand Canyon
    • Berlin Wall
    • Dead Sea
    • the Great Wall of China
  • Festivals to attend:
    • St. Patricks day, Dublin
    • Floating Lantern Festival
    • Halloween treck, Transylvania
    • Oktoberfest (learn to drink beer)
    • Las Fallas, Valencia
    • Festival of colors/Holi Festifal
    • La Tomatina, Bunol (Spain)
  • Cities to visit:
    • Brighton, UK
    • Busan, South Korea
    • Berlin, Germany
    • Budapest, Hungary
    • Cluj-Napoca, Romania
    • Sydney, Australia
    • Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
    • Estoni, Tallinn
    • Moscow, Russia
    • Naoshima, Japan
    • NY, USA
    • Bali, Indonesia
    • Santorini; Greece
    • Krakow, Poland
    • Jerusalem, Israel
    • Havana, Cuba
    • Reykjavik, Iceland
    • Bangkok, Thailand
    • Amsterdam, Netherlands
    • Ljubljana, Slovenia

30 thoughts on “Bucketlist

  1. I haven’t added a bucket list to my blog, but one of mine is to cruise around the world… on a CONTAINER ship! Did you know you can do that? You rent a cabin like the officers have and eat with the ship’s senior staff. You entertain yourself. Usually there are only one to a few such cabins, so this is a better option for introverts like me who love to be at sea but don’t need casinos and nightclubs to have fun.

    I also feel compelled to recommend my home region in the USA if you enjoy nature: the Pacific Northwest. Portland, OR and Seattle, WA have become much more popular since I was a young child, but, back then, foreign exchange students always requested NYC or Los Angeles when coming to America to study. Many had never heard of our state before receiving home placements in it.

    Within one hour’s drive, you can visit snowy-peaked mountains, arid deserts, deep forests, or ocean beaches. It’s the best place in the USA (in my completely biased opinion!) πŸ˜€

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    1. You can really do that?? Sound so COOL! I have to look to that more. I am totally introvert so it would be fitting thing to do for me. Hhmmm… Now I have to also take a better look to your home region. Place that is close to mountains, deserts and ocean can only be a perfect place travel to. Forests don’t interest me that much because we literally don’t have anything else in Finland but all other nature things are totally my thing!

      Thanks for the great tips. I will take closer look to them and probably even add to them to my endless bucket list. And I think you should do your own bucket list. It’s great way to keep all your dreams in one place πŸ™‚


  2. Amazing bucket list, honestly! Maybe I shound snitch some of your “plans” for my own πŸ˜€
    According to Cities, more concrete: Sydney, Australia: There are FAR better and more exciting Cities down here. But to be even more honest with you: I my opinion, don’t come to Australia for the cities cause they’re pretty much like every other City: boring. But come here for the stunning nature, waterfalls, the Outback, Kangaroos and what ever you can find in Australia. Just saying πŸ˜€
    Otherwise just take me with you when you’re working on decreasing your bucket list, ok?! πŸ˜€
    See you, Saskia xxx

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    1. Haha these items on my bucket list are meant to be shared! πŸ˜€
      I will remember your trips for Australia. My mine reason to want to visit there is fact the nature because I totally fell in love with it when learning about it in school. Let’s both archive our travel dreams and maybe we will meet somewhere in this world πŸ˜€
      Thanks for commenting.

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      1. In that case: definitely go and see You’re and everything around it and I would even suggest the west coast more than the East Coast πŸ˜… it’s more… stunning!
        But in the following weeks I’ll write about all my experiences and places to be in Australia on my blog, so maybe you wanna check it out 😊😎
        And who knows what will happen in the future πŸ˜„πŸ‘£

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  3. It’s great to find a fellow traveler who is also blogging about chasing a bucket list! I have to admit that my travels aren’t as extensive as yours, but I do have many travel goals as well. I’m very much looking forward to following your adventures!

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    1. Hello! I agree it is always nice to hear from other travelers. My bucket list may be a little long but I have always been person with many dreams. I don’t really think it matters what’s on our list or how we travel but that we enjoy what we are doing. I hope safe travels for you and thanks for commenting πŸ™‚

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    1. Those places seem so interesting to visit. Especially Santorini is one of the dream destinations for me. Let’s hope we can visit these places one day in the future! Thanks for commenting πŸ™‚

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  4. A long but definitely doable list. Vietnam should be in it too 😁. Couchsurfing isn’t that intimidating, just pick very experienced hosts and read their profiles very carefully. Good luck!!! I’m looking toward to seeing you ticking these items one by one!!!

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    1. I think I will do couchsurfing… one day in the far future πŸ˜€ But thank you for the tip. I will add Vietnam but I have to first come up with place I want to visit there. Thanks for commenting! πŸ™‚


    1. I have kind of like collected the things in this list in the past but this was the first time when I wrote them all down. Before I have just known I want to do them πŸ™‚ Thanks for commenting!

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      1. That’s great!! And how many have you accomplished by far? Sorry m just curious to ask coz the moment I made the list for myself.. I have been trying to chase it forever now πŸ™‚


        1. Only the things I have crossed out. It has been only two months since I did this list so haven’t had a lot of time to do anything yet. Well, I think I will accomplish new one today when I get that 500 readers for my blog I didn’t think I would ever have! πŸ™‚ By the way your blog seemed interesting so I followed it.

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