80 Things To Do Before You Die
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80 Things To Do Before You Die

80 Things To Do Before You Die

All of have that one point in our lives where we want to do something, but we don't really know what to do. Here is a list of 80 things to do before you die!

1) Watch a meteor shower

2) Meet an animal who is internet famous

3) Leave your mark in this world

4) Dance in the rain

5) Stomp on grapes to make wine

6) Give a shelter pet a home

7) Stay in an overwater bungalow

8) Go on an African safari

9) Attend a music festival

10) Go to a masquerade ball

11) Add a lock to the Pont des Arts Bridge in Paris

12) Live happily ever after

13) Create an ice cream flavor

14) Explore a shipwreck

15) Experience zero gravity

16) Eat in an Underwater Restaurant in the Maldives called Ithaa

17) Stand on a Boulder wedged between Mountains at Kjeragbolten in Norway

18) participate in a flash mob

19) Be part of a tv show audience

20) Donate blood

21) Dress in character for a book release

22) Dress in character for a midnight movie premiere

23) Attend Comic-Con in costume

24) Attend a pride parade

25) Let go of a floating lantern in Thailand

26) Run a marathon

27) Go to the top of the Eiffel Tower

28) Create a family recipe book

29) See a Broadway musical

30) Ride a Gondola in Venice, Italy

31) Get a henna tattoo in India

32) Go zip lining

33) Stand under the Hollywood sign

34) Cuddle a baby tiger

35) Visit all 7 continents

36) Float in the Dead Sea

37) Watch baby turtles hatch

38) Visit all 50 States

39) See the Northern Lights

40) Skydive

41) Go on a Hot Air Balloon ride

42) Jump off a cliff into water

43) Spend a night in a teepee

44) Go dogsledding

45) Go zorbing

46) Visit Stonehenge

47) Break a Guinness World Record

48) Be in a movie

49) Throw a coin and make a wish in the Trevi Fountain in Italy

50) Be in 2 states at once

51) Learn a language that isn't your primary

52) Take a photo every day for a year

53) Donate hair to cancer patients

54) Watch the Olympics in person

55) See Wimbledon in person

56) Go to the World Cup

57) Climb the tallest mountain on every continent

58) Cage dive with sharks

59) Backpack through Europe

60) Go Deep-Sea fishing

61) Drink Beer at Oktoberfest in Germany

62) Watch the Sunset in Santorini, Greece

63) Cook a 5-course meal

64) Go to a 5-star restaurant

65) Visit a chocolate factory

66) Swim in Devil's Pool at Victoria Falls in Africa

67) Soak in the Blue Lagoon Hot Springs in Iceland

68) Helicopter over a volcano

69) See a famous Opera Singer perform

70) Fly in a Private Jet

71) Walk behind a Waterfall

72) Swim with Dolphins

73) Go to every Disney Park

74) Travel somewhere new every summer

75) Name a Star

76) Send a message in a Bottle

77) Swim in the largest pool in the world at San Alfonso Del Mar, Chile

78) See the Fairy Pools in Scotland

79) Spend a night in a Tree House

80) Go Lavendar Picking

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