“If wishes were horses, beggars would have one” they say or let me say that’s the general believe. As a child, I think we have all had things we wanted to do, places we wanted to visit and so on in which some, we were able to achieve and some we weren’t. But as I grew up, I started feeling like having bucket lists were completely cliché, I always thought this was just a me thing but until I had met others who shared the same opinion like I did, trust me you are never alone with anything in this life. So sometimes last year, just out of boredom (the things boredom can make you do!) and the urge to get out of my comfort zone, I started researching about different places in the world that I could visit with the little money I had in account, but unfortunately none!, I just kept on researching and fantasizing about these places and it was then I discovered that there are so many beautiful places in this world a lot of people like me didn’t know about. I remember I was then having a conversation with a group friend about this and that was when the issue of making a travel bucket list came up again. I told them how I felt about it but one of my friends insisted that I should give it a trial.