*Disclaimer: I am not about to go kill myself*
Quite an interesting though…what if I am no longer living 24 hours from now
Places to go before I die…
1. The Amazon River
The Amazon River or River Amazon (Portuguese: Rio Amazonas; Spanish: Río Amazonas) of South America is the largest river in the world by volume, with greater total river flow than the next eight largest rivers combined, and the largest drainage basin in the world. Because of its vast dimensions it is sometimes called The River Sea.
2. Tibet aka the roof of the world
Tibet (older spelling Thibet; Tibetan: བོད་; Wylie: Bod; Lhasa dialect IPA: [pʰø̀ʔ]; Simplified and Traditional Chinese: 西藏, Hanyu Pinyin: Xīzàng; also referred to as 藏区 (Simplified Chinese), 藏區 (Traditional Chinese), Zàngqū (Hanyu Pinyin), having the two names different connotations; see Name section below) is a plateau region in Central Asia and the indigeneous home to the Tibetan people. With an average elevation of 4,900 m (16,000 ft), it is often called the “Roof of the World”.
Egypt is famous for its ancient civilization and some of the world’s most ancient and important monuments, including the Giza Pyramids and the Great Sphinx of Giza; the southern city of Luxor contains a particularly large number of ancient artifacts such as the Karnak Temple and the Valley of the Kings. Today, Egypt is widely regarded as a main political and cultural centre of the Middle East.
4. Red Sea for Scuba Diving
The red sea is an inlet of the Indian Ocean between Africa and Asia. The connection to the ocean is in the south through the Bab el Mandeb sound and the Gulf of Aden. In the north are the Sinai Peninsula, the Gulf of Aqaba or the Gulf of Eilat and the Gulf of Suez (leading to the Suez Canal). The Red Sea is a Global 200 ecoregion.
5. Palau for Scuba Diving
Palau, officially the Republic of Palau, is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean, some 500 miles (800 km) east of the Philippines. Having emerged from United Nations trusteeship (administered by the United States) in 1994, it is one of the world’s youngest and smallest nations. It is sometimes referred to in English under its native name Belau.
6. New Zealand for all its sights and sounds…
7. Lake Tanganyika
Lake Tanganyika is a large lake in central Africa (3° 20′ to 8° 48′ South and from 29° 5′ to 31° 15′ East). It is estimated to be the second largest freshwater lake in the world by volume, and the second deepest, in both cases after Lake Baikal in Siberia. The lake is divided between four countries – Burundi, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), Tanzania and Zambia, with the DRC (45%) and Tanzania (41%) possessing the majority of the lake. The water flows into the Congo River system and ultimately into the Atlantic Ocean.
Mongolia (Mongolian: Монгол улс) is the world’s second-largest landlocked country. It is typically classified as being a part of East Asia, although sometimes it is considered part of Central Asia. It is bordered by Russia to the north and China to the south. Mongolia’s political system is parliamentary democracy. Its capital and largest city is Ulaanbaatar.