Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Bucket Lists

With Wimbledon still fresh in my mind I thought I would write an un-bucket list (things I don't have any intention of doing before I die) just for fun!

  • Wimbledon - I don't do crowds and totally overpriced tickets blah blah.
  • Glastonbury - couldn't think of anything worse.
  • Bungi jump.
  • Sky dive (well maybe).
  • Eat at a restaurant in Soweto or any other township.
  • Las Vegas.
  • Sleep in an ice hotel.
  • Stay in one of those Ashram thingies in India.
  • Have dinner with a famous person just because they are famous.


  1. Well... I HAVE done the 1st 3 things on your list.... and loved them all.
    Do yourself a favour... go to wimbledon. It is not crowded, the atmosphere is awesome... and the eye candy aint half bad either. ;)

  2. LOL...I love this...I can't say that there is anything on this list that I would want to do either.

  3. I definately want to go to Wimbledon. Was just saying on Sunday that it is definately on my bucket list (not that I have one but you know what I mean).

    Wouldn't mind a squizz at Las vegas.

    As for the others - with you on those.

  4. I can agree with your list totally.

  5. i wouldnt mind going to las vegas but wouldnt care if I didnt. the rest - totally with you! Fun list!

  6. I understand what you're saying about Wimbledon but that's one I'd definitely like to do, as I'm a huge tennis fan and it's the King of tournaments. Especially when Rafa is playing! Hmmmm, Rafa. :-) Oh, and I'd like to have dinner with Rafa, too, but not just because he's famous....also because he's super hot and Spanish and seems quite nice. LOL

    Totally with you on Glastonbury. The crowds and the mud would drive me absolutely mad.

    I've been to Vegas a number of times and do recommend it, especially for the shows---fabulous entertainers are always in Vegas (David Cassidy is often there! hee hee) and Cirque du Soleil is permanently there, and even just the regular hotel singers are extremely talented. Throw in the cocktails, pools, great food, and shopping, and Vegas rocks! Put it back on your bucket list. :-)