The Bucket List: 1000 Adventures Big & Small

December 23, 2019 - Comment

With 1,000 adventures for all ages, it’s never too soon or too late to begin the things you’ve only dreamed of doing.   We all have things we’d like to do—one day—but work, family, school, money, and responsibilities get in the way. This invaluable guide to fun, fantastic, and life-affirming activities features an eclectic range

With 1,000 adventures for all ages, it’s never too soon or too late to begin the things you’ve only dreamed of doing.
 
We all have things we’d like to do—one day—but work, family, school, money, and responsibilities get in the way. This invaluable guide to fun, fantastic, and life-affirming activities features an eclectic range of ideas such as self-improvement, sports-related endeavors, natural wonders, cultural experiences, culinary delights, and more. From glassblowing in the Czech Republic to swimming with dolphins in New Zealand, The Bucket List is the perfect gift for the passionate traveler—an around-the-world, continent-by-continent listing of beaches, museums, monuments, islands, inns, restaurants, mountains, and more.
 
Each activity is location-specific and as geographically unique as bird-watching in Kenya or driving through clouds in Sri Lanka, as well as other to-dos that can be done anywhere, such as sketching a sunset behind an architectural monument. In addition to classic outdoor pursuits, the book contains advice on how to achieve some of the most popular goals for people of all ages: direct a movie, learn to play an instrument, make pottery, protect an endangered species, name a star, try a new cuisine, or learn a new language. Whether you are more active or laid-back, serious-minded or lighthearted, you are bound to discover new, stimulating activities.

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Comments

Anonymous says:

there are many great photos and locations to visit in this book there are many great photos and locations to visit in this book, but the way it’s laid out is difficult to follow. it’s divided by longitude, which is unique, but within those divisions, there is no flow to the destinations. it would be very difficult to find all the information about a single country, it’s just strewn throughout the book.

Anonymous says:

Quality issues The book’s content is okay- brief snippets of information about various sites around the world. The images in the book are a bit disappointing, there is not vibrancy in the photos. The book was also purchased as a gift and came (either due to pre- or post- shipping handling) with bent edges- I was hesitant to gift it because it looked used.

Anonymous says:

Not a practical arrangement of destinations Nice destinations are listed. But the way the destinations are organized is not practical for a regular traveller. They are arranged by longitudes which makes it really confusing if you want to explore a particular region you want to travel.

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