Goal update in category Travel · 1 hour, 15 minutes ago

Float in the dead sea and read a newspaper

must be soo cool, and it's good for your skin!

This has been on my bucketlist forever, basically since I was a child and saw a picture of my dad in his twenties doing the same thing. So now I got to see and feel the Dead Sea myself and it was even cooler than I expected. I think only few experiences in this world meet if not exceed the expectations if they are as hyped as the Dead Sea. For me, this was such an amazing experience! The mud is what makes your skin the softest!

Goal update in category Travel · 1 hour, 22 minutes ago

Leave a prayer note at the Western Wall

So cool to be part of this tradition! Be aware though that there won't be any space left to stick your note in. It will most likely fall off within seconds, it's so crowded! Men and women have separate spaces and the women's space is much smaller than the men's, too.

Goal update in category Travel · 1 hour, 32 minutes ago

Eat falafel at Miznon, Tel Aviv

Miznon, Tel Aviv
Honestly, I don't remember how this goal got on my bucketlist. Before I went on my Israel trip, I checked my bucketlist to see which goals I could cross off on this trip (also to not forget one by accident haha). I came across this goal and was like: huh, what is this place and why did I put it on there? Long story short, I still don't know and for those of you who are in the same situation: whatcha out, there are two Miznon in Tel Aviv and only one of them has Falafel! I happened to accidentally go to the wrong one first. ;) It's not a big deal, they are only 10 min walking distance apart and I did get my falafel sandwich. It was not one of the ordinary ones, they called it falafel burger with tomato steak - sounds probably more fancy than it is, but it was very tasty and reasonably priced (for Israel). So I can only recommend this place, eventhough I still don't know how it ended up on my bucketlist.

Goal update in category Travel · 1 hour, 32 minutes ago

Eat falafel at Miznon, Tel Aviv

Miznon, Tel Aviv
Honestly, I don't remember how this goal got on my bucketlist. Before I went on my Israel trip, I checked my bucketlist to see which goals I could cross off on this trip (also to not forget one by accident haha). I came across this goal and was like: huh, what is this place and why did I put it on there? Long story short, I still don't know and for those of you who are in the same situation: whatcha out, there are two Miznon in Tel Aviv and only one of them has Falafel! I happened to accidentally go to the wrong one first. ;) It's not a big deal, they are only 10 min walking distance apart and I did get my falafel sandwich. It was not one of the ordinary ones, they called it falafel burger with tomato steak - sounds probably more fancy than it is, but it was very tasty and reasonably priced (for Israel). So I can only recommend this place, eventhough I still don't know how it ended up on my bucketlist.

Goal update in category Travel · 1 hour, 43 minutes ago

Go to Israel

... see Jerusalem and Bethlehem, everything. The holy land, you know?

It was a great experience! Israel has so much to offer and is full of history - it is definitely not only a country for religious people.

Goal update in category Travel · 2 hours, 32 minutes ago

Backpack Europe

Europe

I finally did it. Here's my itinerary: Belgrade - Amsterdam - Brussels - Bruges - Paris - Toulouse - Madrid - Barcelona - Marseille - Genoa - Rome - Florence - Bologna - Padua - Venice - Ljubljana - Belgrade. This trip's been years in the making, with the itinerary changing throughout the years as I would visit certain places & different destinations would take priority over others. I've made so many excuses over the years - not enough money, too many duties, obligations & responsibilities, no one to go with... The only place those excuses got me was my own room, staring up at my pinned-up map of the world, an unrealised dream bearing down heavy on me. & then I snapped & did it anyway, despite all the excuses & I'm so glad I did. I went at it solo & there are invaluable lessons to be learned when being a solo traveller. So, in conclusion - do it. Just do it. All the photos & sentences in the world cannot bring to life what this journey meant to me & what it might mean to others considering it.

Goal update in category Travel · 2 hours, 32 minutes ago

Backpack Europe

Europe

I finally did it. Here's my itinerary: Belgrade - Amsterdam - Brussels - Bruges - Paris - Toulouse - Madrid - Barcelona - Marseille - Genoa - Rome - Florence - Bologna - Padua - Venice - Ljubljana - Belgrade. This trip's been years in the making, with the itinerary changing throughout the years as I would visit certain places & different destinations would take priority over others. I've made so many excuses over the years - not enough money, too many duties, obligations & responsibilities, no one to go with... The only place those excuses got me was my own room, staring up at my pinned-up map of the world, an unrealised dream bearing down heavy on me. & then I snapped & did it anyway, despite all the excuses & I'm so glad I did. I went at it solo & there are invaluable lessons to be learned when being a solo traveller. So, in conclusion - do it. Just do it. All the photos & sentences in the world cannot bring to life what this journey meant to me & what it might mean to others considering it.

Goal update in category Travel · 7 hours, 34 minutes ago

I want to visit japan

Japan

Visit Tokyo and Kyoto, watch a sumo wrestling match and see mount fuji

 

Goal update in category Sports · 7 hours, 40 minutes ago

Go to a mma fight

Goal update in category Travel · 12 hours, 28 minutes ago

Paris, france - visit

Paris, Frankrijk