The Bucket List Journal: Write Your Own Adventure (Diary)

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This journal is brimming with ideas and inspirations for both planning and recording life's next travel adventure.

The Bucket List series offers invaluable guides to fantastic, life-affirming trips and experiences, from self-improvement weekends to vacations built around sports- related endeavors, natural wonders, cultural experiences, culinary delights, and more. Now, there is the interactive Bucket List Journal. Full of gorgeous photography and inspiring quotes, it is the perfect record-keeper and wishlist for anyone passionate about travel and contains the following features:

  • Space to write--and tick off--a bucket list of 100 experiences, plus 20 pages to review past trips and 80 blank journaling pages
  • Traveler's information and interactive lists to help with planning, packing, and paperwork
  • 100 all-new Bucket List entries with new photographs
  • A map to color in as you travel the world
  • Top-20 lists for attractions worldwide--these are specifically aimed at short trips and easy weekend getaways: the world's top 20 museums; the world's top 20 greatest hiking routes; the world's top 20 destinations to visit on $30 a day or less; top 20 foodie destinations; top 20 urban escapes; the top 20 spa desti- nations for a self-care weekend, and many others.
  • About the Author


    Kath Stathers grew up in the Middle East and traveled extensively throughout the world. She is a writer and editor based in London and is the author of The Bucket List and The Bucket List: Wild.


    Product Details
    ISBN: 9780789337702
    ISBN-10: 0789337703
    Publisher: Universe
    Publication Date: October 7th, 2020
    Pages: 192
    Language: English

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