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Post Covid Bucket-List|Nov. 17, 2020

By November 17, 2020No Comments

We all thought 2020 would be the start of a new decade filled with excitement and joy until Mid-March when the novel Coronavirus, COVID-19, became a serious matter.

In Mid-March, sporting events and other entertainment events started being postponed or cancel to help curb the spread. Even entertainment venues like movie theaters started shutting down. Then, quarantine got real. And real boring as it cancelled fun this year.

We all had plans to do something this year but it will have to be held off until 2021 or a vaccine is established.

Well, once things are back to normal, I plan to visit this majestic stadium to see the newly crowned champs, the Los Angeles Dodgers with a Dodger dog in hand with some pistachios.

That’s one of many sporting venues I will be visiting. I also plan to visit three of the following great cities: Chicago, Miami, Dallas, or New York City. Besides Las Vegas, El Paso, Texas is the only city I have travelled to outside of California.

I want to go visit the historical landmarks/venues in those cities as long as eat the food they’re respectively known for.

I also want to visit my family in Michoacán, Mexico. I haven’t been there since 2010.

Although heights is a phobia of mine, I want to get back on an airplne and just travel. The idea of traveling excites me even though no one can really vacation during these circumstances.

Universal Studios Hollywood is also on my bucket list as it’s my favorite theme park.

Me and my friends have been planning to visit San Diego for quite a while so once everything opens up, off to the “finest city in America” we are!

Most of my bucket list also consists of trips to different beaches California has to offer. I want to explore as much as I can before I graduate in Spring 2021.