A few weeks ago I was asked to answer a few questions about how I’d spend my time should the end of the world be just around the corner, as some falsely interpret the Mayan Calendar. No, the world won’t end this December, but I can’t deny that it’s a notion that will always make me think.
I’ve always said that I try not to create travel goals because my personality will push me to pursue those goals to a point where they become pressure, and when not achieved, disappointment. Instead of looking back on my life, wishing I went to that one last place, I want to look back and know that I made a concerted effort to see more, to learn by experiencing and by doing, to not lean on what’s easy or comfortable, and to break out of my comfort zone whenever possible.
But I wasn’t just asked where I’d go if I only had a year, I was also asked how I’d spend my time and who I’d spend it with. Without any struggle the answer was always with my family and friends – no matter where.
For fun, here’s a look at what me and other travel enthusiasts would do…
The 2012 Bucket List was created by First Choice – The Home of All Inclusiv
So, what would you do if you only had a year?