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The term ‘bucket list’ refers to a list of things you’d like to accomplish or places you’d love to visit before you, ahem… kick the bucket. That’s a slightly grim reminder that we’re not here forever if you ask us.
Rather than feeling limited by the time you have here, opt for a ‘Will do list’ instead. By Jotting down your hopes and dreams, achievable or not (We’re looking at you, Mr ‘I’m going to build my own batcave’ and Ms ‘I’m totally winning a Grammy for my rendition of ‘Let it go’ in the shower’ ), it ensures you’re living your life to its fullest. That’s what it’s all about isn’t it? We think so.
We’ve asked the members of the Cabin Max team ‘If you had no limitations, name one place would you go in the world and why? Here’s what they said.
‘I would go from the west coast of America to the East, driving across all the states in a mustang. I could sample food (eating challenges), traditions and state landmarks. Of course, driving the famous Route 66 and no American trip would be the same without shooting guns and visiting Las Vegas!’ Joe – Web Developer/ Chief Tea Maker
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‘I would head to New York. The iconic city of modern times, the big apple is a cultural feast for the senses. Every street and landmark is recognisable from your favourite films, album covers and books. Feeling the adrenaline of the city that never sleeps, it’s certainly a place to make you feel alive.’ Abi – Marketing Co-Ordinator/ Coffee Queen
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‘The Cook Isles, because the idea of kayaking around these islands would be peaceful bliss inspired by ‘The Happy Isles of Oceania’ by Paul Theroux’ Martin – Managing Director/ Traveller
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‘I would love to return to the Perhentian Islands, by far the most beautiful Island I’ve ever seen. It takes a good 2 days to get to from the UK, which in part is why it’s so unspoilt.’ Dave – Finance Director/ Foodie
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‘If money and time were no object I think I would go to China – I wasn’t a brave enough traveller to go 15 years ago when I got married and opted for a honeymoon to Jamaica, now with a rather large family it’s not the most family friendly trip you could take. I’d love to see the Great Wall, and the Terracotta Army’ Janine – Operations Manager/ Office Mother
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‘I’d choose Cuba. Compare a picture of Havana in 1955 and one from today and you will see how little has changed. I love the idea of stepping back into the past to a place where there is barely any phone signal and where you are unlikely to find a McDonalds on every street. Throw in some wonderful colonial architecture, cars from the 50’s, beautiful beaches and characterful cities and you’ve got the perfect alternative holiday destination’ – Sean – Designer/ Mug Collector/ Colouring In Man
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‘Definitely Australia, somewhere I have always wanted to visit. Hot weather and gorgeous beaches, oh and koala bears of course!’ Rachel – Customer Service Advisor/ Dog Lover
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‘Rhyl? (Laughs) Not really! It would have to be New York For the sights and the food.’ Ash – Warehouse Guy/ Dare Devil Biker
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‘(Barks)-shire’ Doobs – Office Dog/ Nutter
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Where would you go? Let us know in the comments!
The Cabin Max team