20 things to do before you die

Even though it is not spilled on paper, there are a few things that everyone desires to do before they die. Especially if it is written down, how long these lists are, who knows. We, as Uplifers, left aside our lists and researched what we wanted to do most before the others died. Finally, we encountered a full list of 225 items.

In addition to some pretty crazy suggestions, the list, where we will transfer the 20 items, includes simple pleasures to die before dying, such as achieving their dreams, overcoming their fears and even having ordinary pleasures.

Press on 7 continents

Antarctica, Africa, Europe, Australia, North America, South America, North Pole, ends of the world. Our suggestion is to attend this tour especially in the advanced ages. Though the Antarctic part of the business may not appeal to many of you, but never miss this amazing trip.

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Do what you fear

Do you have any fear of speaking, height or seeing blood in public? Whatever frightens you, face it. Overcoming these fears will provide you with great self-confidence and help you easily overcome other fears you may encounter.

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Help a stranger in trouble

Next time you come across someone who has broken his motorcycle on the road, pull over and help him. Or reach out to someone who can’t pay their bills, can’t afford to eat, pay their rent or need urgent money.

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Skydiving on Mount Everest

Here is one of the indispensable list of our “things to do before you die”! You can enjoy the summit of the mountain covered with snow and the unique glaciers by jumping from the summit of Mount Everest, whose height is 8848 meters, accompanied by expert pilots. It is among the dreams of many of us to make this sport, which serves as an adrenaline pump, one day. However, we are always in a delay because of the fear and the cost of this sport.

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Participate in the tomato festival

The La Tomatina festival, which lasts about 1 hour, is held in Bunol Village, Valencia, Spain. The festival, where approximately 150,000 tomatoes fly in the air, starts at 11:00 in the morning and ends in an hour. Tomatoes that were thrown first on tourists are already covering the whole city in an hour. The streets of Bunol resemble the Spanish-famous tomato soup ‘Gazpacho’. For this reason, the Spaniards also call this festival the biggest gazpacho in the world.

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Make a puzzle

It is one of the games that necessarily takes place in the memories of our childhood. Now that we are adults, let’s make one more. But this time, you can enlarge the work a bit and complete a puzzle with several thousand pieces. Say what?

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Eat at one of the best restaurants in the world

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Learn a new word every day

Did you know that an ordinary person speaks with an average of 7000 words a day? So let’s expand our vocabulary a little more every day, and save ourselves from mediocrity.

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Watch the 100 best movies ever

If you still haven’t seen the legendary movies like The Godfather, The Lord of the Rings, A Clockwork Orange, Schindler’s List, you can follow the arrival of cinema history from past to present.

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Rafting on Tatshenshini Lake

The most popular activity in Alaska and Western Canada’s Tatshenshini River is undoubtedly rafting. This unforgettable experience takes place as an 11-day sightseeing and rafting. You can also walk on the famous Walker Glacier while rafting in this lake covered with huge glaciers, countless frozen waterfalls.

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Ride a horse in Swan Valley, Montana

Horse riding is one of the most preferred activities in this region of Montana, one of the northwestern states of America. You can also tour the horse sports events at Upsata Guest Ranch and see Monture-Creek and Bob Marshall, which are shown as the most beautiful places in the region.

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Visit Zone 51

The story of the military base in America’s Groom Lake, Nevada, called Zone 51, is quite interesting. Although this region, known as the air force, is known to everyone, the American Government still denies it. It is said that there are chemical laboratories here. If you want to visit this place, locals living in the region say that you can go on a tour until you see the warning sign you see in the picture.

Rubik’s cube

Those who try knows. This puzzle called Rubik’s Cube or Patience Cube, which you see in the picture, drives many of us crazy. Invented by the Hungarian sculptor and architect Erno Rubik in 1974, this 3D popular puzzle is solved, each face consists of one color. Another footnote: Rubik’s cube is the world’s best-selling toy. For example, 300 million units were sold until 2007.

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Apply to Guiness

You can create whiskey bottles, stone plaques, or even troll dolls collections and enter your name in the records book to enter the Guiness record book.

Join peace communities

There are thousands of peace volunteers in the world. These communities are making great efforts for world peace. If you want to be a part of this job, write your name on the list. Remember, this will give you a big plus, especially on behalf of your resume.

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Hang out from the CN Tower in Toronto

Especially, the most effective solutions for the people who are afraid of height are dropping from the 553 meter long CN Tower, which is the second tallest tower in the world in Canada, provided that it does not look down with a few ropes attached to your body.

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Learn to sail

As Mark Twain said, “Sail in safe harbors, catch the wind, discover, imagine.” Contra, tack, junction, opaque cruise etc. Learn the sailing jargon. When your inner Jacques Cousteau is ready, have your first experience. A little advice; It is a good idea to have a satellite phone with you.

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Bungee jumping on the Royal Gorge Bridge

If you are trying to overcome your fear of heights, we offer you bungee jumping. How about trying to bungee jumping on the Royal Gorge Bridge, which is 321 meters high to the Arkansas River, the world’s longest suspension bridge and the highest bungee jumping point? You can travel by cable car and eat in many restaurants.

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