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BUCKET LIST LOCATIONS

BUCKET LIST LOCATIONS

Cape Town, South Africa {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

Cape Town, South Africa {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

I have a few bucket lists. One for foods to try, things to do, and places in the world to visit. Today I'm going to share some locations on my Travel Bucket List that I am dying to visit along with why I want to go there. I'm itching to get my passport filled with stamps from these 10 locations. 

No. 1. Cape Town, South Africa. It is number one on my list to go cage-diving with the sharks in Cape Town. I have a fascination with sharks of all kinds, especially the Great White, and I want to come face to face with one in the oceans of South Africa. 

Shark diving in Cape Town. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

Shark diving in Cape Town. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

No. 2. Vaadhoo Island, Maldives. I think this is on everyone's bucket list. Just this picture is dreamy, I can't imagine seeing this in real life. I don't know if I would actually touch the water because of all of that glowing phytoplankton, but I would stare at it forever if I could.

Vaadhoo Island, Maldives. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

Vaadhoo Island, Maldives. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

No. 3. Trolltunga in Hordaland, Norway. I don't know if I can call myself a thrill seeker yet all I can think about is standing on the edge of this cliff. It's a beautiful scenery and I think it's pushing my limits, and I think it would give me the exhilirating feeling that I felt when I stood on the edge of the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland. This location is high on my list. 

Trolltunga Cliff in Norway. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

Trolltunga Cliff in Norway. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

No. 4. Tunnel of Love in Klevan, Ukraine. This spot will probably be way, way in the future, hence the name, but it's on the list just to see. This kind of reminds me of Thomas the Train {90's babies right here} in the movie Thomas and the Magic Railroad. {No, I did not remember this offhand}. I would probably want to go in the fall to see all of the green changing colors. 

Tunnel of Love, Ukraine.   

Tunnel of Love, Ukraine.  

No. 5. Pyramids of Giza/Cairo, Egypt. For as long as I can remember, I have wanted to visit Cairo, Egypt and see the Pyramids of Giza. I used to be obsessed with mummies when I was younger, so that obviously spawned this desire to travel there. I've seen some bloggers visit here recently and it is killing me that I'm not there!

Pyramids of Giza & Sphinx. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

Pyramids of Giza & Sphinx. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

Cairo, Egypt. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

Cairo, Egypt. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

No. 6. Aokigahara Forest, Japan. Known as the Suicide Forest, this place has, of course, caught my attention. It spans just over 13 miles underneath Mount Fiji and is known as the "perfect place to die". It was the location of the creepy film The Forest and ever since, I have wanted to venture into Aokigahara - though not too far and in the middle of the day. I know it is a scary place for most, since it is said to be haunted, but that makes me all the more intrigued. 

Aokigahara Forest, Japan. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

Aokigahara Forest, Japan. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

No. 7. Prada Marfa, Texas. I won't be needing a passport for this one. I'm already a frequent visitor of Texas and when I found out that this crazy Prada store {piece of art} was in Texas, I immediately set out to find out how far away it was from Houston. I soon realized it is 8 1/2 hours away from where I stay, so it is on the list to one day visit. 

Marfa, Texas. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

Marfa, Texas. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

No. 8. Red Square, Moscow, Russia. In my first year of college, I took two Russian lectures and it only elevated the level of fascination of Russia that I have. The culture has always been present in my life, so seeing this gorgeous Red Square for myself is certainly high on my list. 

Red Square, Moscow.  

Red Square, Moscow.  

No. 9.  A Rock in a Hard Place, Kjerag, Norway. Okay maybe I am a secret thrill seeker {we'll see if I actually get there}, because this is a new location I found and NEED to go there. Just look at it! 

Kjerag, Norway. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

Kjerag, Norway. {Image borrowed from Pinterest}

No. 10. Glow Worm Cave, New Zealand. This kind of grosses me out because of the idea of "worms" but the pictures of it completely changed my mind. It's stunning and to be able to take a little boat in it is a dream. 

Glow Worm Cave, New Zealand.  

Glow Worm Cave, New Zealand.  

What's on your travel bucket list?  

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