As someone who's light-sensitive and suffers from insomnia, I don't think I'd want to visit The Land of the Midnight Sun.
I don't have an anti-nursing home feeling now that my Mum spent the last year of her life in a wonderful dementia-specialist care home. She was so much more content during that last year than she had been during the previous three or four years in her own home, even though I lived in the same street. It all depends on what's available.Going to a Super Bowl party.
Buying a juicing machine or any other overpriced gadget advertised on TV.
Going to a stadium for any kind of sporting event or overpriced pseudo musical experience.
Ending up in a nursing home if I live too long.
My home city is York, so though I grew up visiting its old buildings and museums, there's probably more I could see. But the biggest tourist draw these days seems to be the Ghost Tour, which I think is a load of rubbish, so I don't think I'll bother.I looked through that garbage bucket list I perused last time and came to this bizarre one....
20. Be a tourist in your own city
As my home City is Manchester (England) I think I've seen enough of the City without having someone giving me a guided tour of it or just walking round it in a tourist capacity. Why would I possibly need or want to be a tourist in my home city? Of all the bucket list items I've seen up to now this has got to be the stupidest. Next up go for an Air BnB in your own house or do your own job for a day.