"The Family Bucket List" by Nana Luckham and Kath Stathers
100 Trips to Take and Memories to Make Around the World
With options for exciting trips and anything but ordinary journeys, the vast choice of experiences showcased in this volume is curated to appeal to all types of families and people of all ages: from visiting a “hobbit roundhouse” in Cornwall, England or shopping the docks for lobster in Portland, Maine to birdspotting along the Panama Canal or partaking of hundreds of activities at the Florida State Fair.
Organized geographically, the book’s entries feature a wide array of things to do spanning numerous interests and activity levels sure to appeal to all ages from kids to grandparents: go boating on New York State’s Erie Canal; stroll the tulip fields outside Amsterdam; celebrate Mexico’s Day of the Dead – the “original” Halloween; experience authentic Japanese living including a traditional tea ceremony in Kyoto; take your family to a cooking school in Tuscany; explore the Pacific Northwest by ferry; and much more.
This book appeals to everyone’s inner daydreamer and armchair traveler, as well as anyone seeking an alternative to a generic vacation.