My Around the World Bucket List

My recent endeavour is to win the lottery. Far -fetched, maybe. Inspiring, definitely.

So this means that once a week I join the millions of other desperate individuals in buying a seven-numbered ticket with the small feeling of hope flare up in anticipation. It’s not the hope of winning that spurs me on but rather the wild fantasies that come with it.

I’ve already spoken to the Ferrari garage abut the deposit that will put down on the newest model. I suppose I should start choosing the million pound house I’ll buy as well.

I love a bit of adventure. That’s part of the reason I read so much. And who doesn’t love a holiday?

This is my around the world bucket list. I’ve sourced some pictures from here there and everywhere just in case you weren’t sure why this place was on my list ie. it’s amazing!

See how many you can tick off and leave me a comment, I’d love to hear about your adventures.

Where have you been? Do you have travelling dreams?


  1. dgkaye 26th August 2015 at 6:28 pm Reply

    Great post! Inspiring list and good you’re already looking into the Ferrari garage. To manifest our desires we have to believe in what we want as though we’re planning on doing or obtaining, as opposed to wishing that we could or we have.
    I live in Toronto and have gratefully been to many on your bucket list: Miami, Caribbean, Vegas, many times. Venice, New York, Switzerland, Vatican City, Greece, and Rome plus others, including my favourite, Arizona.

    • Natasha Orme 27th August 2015 at 8:20 am Reply

      I love that you’ve travelled so much. It’s a bit harder for me being based in the UK, it’s not as simple as driving somewhere. I did live in Germany for ten years which meant I could visit the neighbouring places but they’re not as exciting. We’re just about to book a holiday to Florida with a layover in New York, so excited!

  2. dgkaye 28th August 2015 at 6:47 pm Reply

    Oh that sounds so exciting Natasha. I love New York. And on the bright side, you live in Europe which allows you to take a train ride to so many other beautiful cities and countries that would cost us a fortune to do. The grass is never greener on the other side. 🙂

    • Natasha Orme 30th August 2015 at 4:17 pm Reply

      That is true, we always want to go where it’s harder to get to. Can’t wait to blog about my America trip 🙂 should have it all booked next week!

  3. D.G.Kaye 30th August 2015 at 10:34 pm Reply

    Looking forward to hearing about it. Enjoy! 🙂

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