Here we go. The last installment in the Bucket List series. I know you’ve been waiting with bated breath.
I always did like Australia. Sydney has tons of things to see and do and is home to many different cultures. The largest groups being from the UK, China, New Zealand and Vietnam.
With lots of museums and cultural attractions like Story Bridge and Kangaroo Point, Brisbane has no shortage of activities to keep you busy. There’s even a red light district called Fortitude Valley if you’re into that kind of stuff.
I’d like to go on a walkabout (is that how you spell it?) I’ll tame a family of dingoes and choke out a croc or two.
NZ has native cultures like the Maori who I find very interesting but I’m all about the scenery. It looks so epic!
Tropical paradise! Again, I find the island’s scenery and beaches to be very beautiful.
Papua New Guinea
Some parts of New Guinea are like snapshots from a dream vacation while others are swampy death traps loaded with alligators and venomous snakes. Good thing for me I’m the adventurous type.
Home to rich biodiversity, Christmas Island is host to the infamous Coconut Crap. Don’t let one get a hold of you or it’s game over.
I don’t think you could find a vacation spot further away from the world. Diving and coral reef tourism are the main attractions here.
Like Fiji, environmental tourism is the main money maker. There are several smaller islands to see or you can just chill on the beach or go snorkeling/diving.
A poor country in terms of wealth, however it is rich in wildlife and culture which earns it a spot on my list.
That’s it! I’m done! Thanks to all the cool people you stuck with me on this endeavor.