Bucket List

At some point in the next five years we are likely to be moving to Australia. This means I need to make sure all those things I’ve always wanted to do get done. So I’m starting my bucket list. This will be added to and amended when things have been done, but gives me a focus on the things I might never get a chance to do again once I’m over the other side of the world! Some are stupid little things where I’m revisiting my childhood, and others are things I’ve never done.
1. Go to the Dick Bruna Huis in Utrecht (edit – we’re going in August, but the Huis is closed for refurbishment. H says “oh, we’ll just have to go next year then” – good girl!)
2. Go to Amsterdam (booked)
3. Go to Eurovision (just the once)
4. Take H to Salzburg so she can do the Sound of Music tour too.
5. Take H to see Annie on the stage. (booked for November!)
6. Go to Cornwall. (Booked!)
7. Take H to a festival.
8. Go to Germany again.
9. Take H to Blackpool.
10. Do the Miffy Trail in the Netherlands this year (could be combined with 1 & 2) (booked!)
11. Finish reading the Morrissey book.
12. Go to CenterParcs in Belgium next year (as inspired by Jennifer)
13. Take H to a game of Football at Wembley. (booked for August!)
14. Take H to a Tottenham game (friendlies count) (we’ve done a stadium tour now, close)
15. Take H to a York City game.
16. See Matilda at the theatre
17. Go to the York Pantomime (the proper Berwick Kaler one)

3 Replies to “Bucket List”

  1. I have to say you must do the festival thing. We loved Camp Bestival last year but if you fancy a smaller, closer to home one that isn’t too much of an assault on your senses and also a bit in keeping with NT 50 things, then Elderflower Fields is lovely – and only in Uckfield. We won our tickets for this year but we’ve bought early bird ones for next year. It’s nice and small and friendly. đŸ™‚

    1. ohh that’s really close – I saw you posting about it, but could never remember the name. I like the sound of it – and Uckfield isn’t far at all, easily driveable. They’ve got the timing right too! I like small and friendly – how much is the early bird ticket?

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