If you could go anywhere, see anything, experience everything, where would you go? What would you do? How many amazing adventures can you cram into one lifetime? Here is my constantly growing Bucket List, comment below and help me add to the list!
While living in Puerto Rico and running Airbnb properties I hear about cool places to see on the island Daily. It is so hard to keep track of all the amazing places that I have heard of and seen already, but here is my ever growing Puerto Rico Bucket List!
- Muelle de Azucar (Complete!)
- Tunnel Beach (Guajataca)
- San Juan Museum de Vida Silverstre (there is an Amazing giant elephant statue out front that I would love to see)
- FOK Brewery in Caguas
- Maunabo Tunnels
- CocoBana (Old San Juan Resturant)
- La Perla at Concha in Old San Juan
- Follow the Rum Route
- Puenta la Hamaca (Utuado/Adjuntas Hammock Bridge)
- Tanama River Cruise & Water Tubing
- Destileria Cruz (Pitoro, PR Moonshine)
- Museo El Cemi (Jayuya) (Complete!)
- Hacienda Buena Vista
- Abandoned Prison in Cabo Rojo (Complete!)
- La Parguera Mangrove/Island PlayDay
- Swim with the Manatees
- Swim with Sea Turtles (Complete!)
- Caja de Muertos
- Mudslide Location in Barrio Portugues
- La Guancha Boardwalk
- Sunflower Fields
- Juana Diaz & Charca Canalisa Waterfalls near Ponce
- Dinner at The Cutting Board in Isabella
Popeye’s Village Malta has grown from its days as a Film Set of the 1980 Musical Production ‘Popeye’ into one of the major tourist attractions on the Maltese Islands filled with a number of colorful fun activities for all young and young at heart. Open all year round, you will be greeted and Popeye the sailor and his friends, who will be your hosts and entertain you all trough out your visit. The whole family can be part of a unique filming experience with the animation crew and giving you the opportunity to see yourself on the big screen.
Under Water Museums, Statues and Sculptures
I need to learn to scuba dive so that I can explore the many Under Water Sculptures scattered across our oceans! Italy, Malta, Grand Cayman, the Bahamas, Key Largo, Phillipenes, Japan, Easter Island and I desperately need to return to Isla Mujeres and witness the MUSA or Museo Subacuatico de Arte that I apparently floated right above and was unaware of at the time
Dismaland: Banksy’s UK pop-up apocalyptic art exhibition housed inside a dystopian theme park. It will supposedly only be open to the public for 5weeks so I need to hurry if I want to make it in time!
Set against the volcanic backdrop of the Timanfaya National Park in the Canary Islands, the restaurant relies on the dormant volcano producing bursts of heat or hot vapour, which rise through a hole in the ground to brown the food placed over it on a cast iron grill. In order to withstand the heat of the volcano a non-conventional cooking system was designed by architects Eduardo Caceres and Jesus Soto. They used nine layers of volcanic basalt rock to form the grill, and El Diablo’s manager, Julio Padron, told ABC that scientists and volcanologists were consulted to check the unusual food cooking method was safe.
Carpenters Gerhart Mordhorst, Norman Johnson, Dennis Oppenheim and others created some amazing gravity defying homes that are scattered all over the world!
Resturante Aviones: Puerto Rico & El Avion: Costa Rico
Restaurants in planes set in the middle of jungles, um, yes please! One of these will be checked off this year for sure. Even though I have heard rumors that the service and food selection is not the greatest, I still want to experience Resturante Aviones for myself while I am living here in Puerto Rico. I have also heard of another airplane restaurant located in Costa Rico called El Avion which has a MUCH better reputation. Guess I should try them both and compare huh?!Unique restaurants are always my favorite to add it to the list!