No matter what your age, we all have things we want to do before we “kick the bucket” this crude terms lays the way to a “bucket list.” So while you probably have your own list, maybe consider some new things that must be on your bucket list. With the right planning (maybe some financial tips from pros like Keith W. Springer) there is no reason you can’t do everything you even dreamt of.
Enjoy Mardi Gras in New Orleans
While some raunchy pictures may come to mind at first, that is far from the truth. The real New Orleans Mardi Gras is a deep and rich cultural experience with one of a kind music and costumes. It is also home to some of the word’s best cuisine and most interesting architecture. That’s why visiting New Orleans during Mardi Gras is a thing that must be on your bucket list.
Eat Sushi in Japan
If there is one food on earth that can’t be easily replicated is has to be sushi. Even in our current globalized world, some things just don’t taste the same elsewhere. So if you are a foodie or just want to try a once in a lifetime culinary experience head to Japan for high quality sushi surrounded by truly unique and fascinating culture dating back thousands of years. Eating sushi in Japan should be on everybody’s bucket list.
Sunrise at Angkor Wat
Cambodia’s massive ancient city was forgotten by the western world for centuries but today it is something that must be on your bucket list. These beautiful Buddhist meet Hindu temple are best seen at sunrise. So pack your bags for Cambodia and set your alarm for early to make it time to see the hot sun peaking up over the gorgeous jungle and stone temples. This is an experience you will never forget.
Sunset at the Taj Mahal
So if sunrise at Angkor Wat is splendid, sunset at India’s Taj Mahal is equally beautiful. Located not far from New Delhi the Taj Mahal is widely considered to be the most beautiful buildings in the world. Built several centuries ago the sunset is still just as beautiful time to enjoy this wonder of the world. Be sure to put enjoying a sunset at the Taj Mahal on your bucket list. Despite India’s notorious reputation for being a busy and crowded country there is nothing more peaceful than this monument in the evening.
A Trip Down the West Coast 101
One of America’s finest freeway’s is U.S. route 101. This windy scenic route rolls all the way down the pacific coast from Seattle to San Francisco. This is one of the best ways to appreciate the raw beauty and laid back culture of the Pacific Northwest. So whether you are traveling by RV or ’67 Chevy, put a trip down (or up) the West Coast 101 on your must-do bucket list.
Regardless of budget or geographical location you can probably get at least one of these must-dos on your budget!