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WIN – the biggest, baddest bucket list

Biggest, Baddest, Bucket List

Ever wanted to climb the Eiffel Tower in Paris, bungee jump in Queenstown, discover the amazing wildlife of the Galapagos Islands or visit the Mayan ruins of Cancun, Mexico?! Well, a bucket list is just that – a list of amazing experiences!! However, because we think our bucket list is so amazing we’re calling it ‘The Biggest Baddest Bucket List’! Not only do you get to choose where you want to go #making the bucket list truly personal# but the lucky winner gets to tick everything off at once during an incredible 6 month round the world journey. No need to wait a lifetime to complete this ultimate bucket list – it’s all ready and waiting to be completed NOW! Oh, and it’s all expenses paid. An ultimate bucket list if ever we saw one…

Six Months

You’ll leave on your travels in June 2013 and return by the end of December 2013. The exact duration is subject to flight availability #solar alignment, lunar landings and direction of geese migration, etc.# at the time of booking.

Choice of Destinations

Where do you really want to go?! Put your thinking cap on because this prize allows you to pick where you want to visit! Yes, the winner will work together with the My Destination team to build their chosen itinerary, taking in the sights that appeal to them the most. In

via WIN the Biggest, Baddest, Bucket list brought to you by My Destination.

 

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