Twelve authentic bucket list ideas to achieve before you turn thirty.
Is becoming an organ donor on your bucket list? It was on mine, and I don’t know why it took me so long to cross this item off my life list.
A guide to completing the Mt Gillen hike in the Red Centre, Australia, so you can check this item off your bucket list.
I went on a cruise when I was half way through my teaching degree. For me it was a bit of a celebration that I was half way there, and while I had a good time there were a number of things that I discovered that I’ve always thought would be useful information for people out there new to cruising.
I can honestly say that New Zealand is absolutely the bucket list capital of the world! It has everything there. It doesn’t matter whether or not you are an adrenaline junkie or if you just want to step out of your comfort zone, New Zealand is definitely the the place to do it.
During my short stay in Queenstown I had the opportunity to stop by Below Zero ice bar for a quick drink (or two). I can now say with all authority that visiting an ice bar is the coolest thing ever.
Welcome to MONA – the Museum of Old and New Art. The most mind-blowing, stimulating and sensational modern arts museums in the world.
“Don’t look down. Don’t. Look. Down.” The mantra was running in a loop through my mind as I slowly and carefully approached the edge of the platform. “Just keep going down the steps, you’ll fly off with no effort” my guide said to me,… Continue Reading “Zip Lining in Ancient New Zealand Forests”
The Devil’s Marbles Conservation Reserve, know by the traditional Aboriginal owners as Karlu Karlu, is place of beauty, mystery and colour. It is also a place that should definitely be on your bucket list.
I have wanted to visit Tasmania for a really, really long time. I follow Tasmania on Instagram and have fallen in love with the un-touched scenery. Instagram just made Tasmania seem like every outdoor lovers dream. So when I got the opportunity to visit… Continue Reading “15 Photos to Inspire you to Visit Tasmania”