With around 200 countries in total, depending on your source, I have still a long way to go.
From the orginal 7 world wonders of the ancient world, only the piramids are still standing.
In 2015 I got to travel to China and finally tick this one off.
There are different lists for this. Done: Aurora, Victoria Fall, Iguazu, Galapagos, Puerto Princesa, Table Mountain, Halong Bay and Amazon. To do: Grand Canyon, Great Barrier Reef, Mount Everest, Komodo and the South Pole.
While I was in New Zealand, I had to honor to swim with local legend Moko.
At the Galapagos I've had the chance to swim with black tip and white tips. In South Africa I observed the Great White sharks from a cage. And in the Philippines I went snorkelling with Whale Sharks.
Swam with whale sharks in 2012 in the Philippines.
In Tonga you can go snorkling with whales. In Sri Lanka even with the Blue Whale.
In Norway you can go snorkling with Killer Whales.
In Hawai'i, Great Barrier Reef and Micronesia are famous places to swim with Manta Rays.
Around Christmas 2014, I finally saw the African Leopard in the Serengeti. I've been lucky enough to see lions, elephants, buffalo's and rhinoceros on multiple occassions.
Also in New Zealand, for my 25th birthday, I skydived above Lake Taupo.
In South Africa at the then highest commercial bridge bungee at 216 meters.
In Venezuala near Angel Falls, at Iguazu and many times in Thailand.
In Thailand I volunteered for almost a full year at a buddhist temple taking care of tigers. In Kenya I was working on the World of Difference project.
In 2009 I completed the NYC marathon.
In 2015 I completed the Battle of Maastricht 14k obstacle run.
In the summer of 2016, the Iron Man in Maastricht.
Either around the world or in the Caribbean.
Renting a camper van and going coast to coast in the USA.
Sweden every year builds this amazing ice hotel.
At the Northcape, Norway together with a friend we've build an igloo and slept in it.
Especially handy in loud places to communicate with your buddies.
I've started Aikido in Maastricht in 2016.
Every year in Pamplona they have the running with the bulls event. Where people get a headstart on the bulls and try to make it to the arena. Your goal is to not die.
In Russia you can go to the edge of space in a fighter jet.
Whistler, Canada and Colorado, USA are most famous for heli drop skiing.
I have not yet found out where to do this without entering in a full race, but I know I want to do it!
Getting on in Vladivostok and riding it all the way to Moskou.