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Ok so I get bored during the weekends. I was daydreaming the other day and was thinking about making a list of 52 things I want to do and doing one each weekend for a year.

I work full time so this is strictly a weekend thing, and the activity can only span over Saturday and Sunday. It's kind of like a bucket list but not so extravagant... things that can realistically be done each weekend.

I need your help to suggest some ideas for me. Once I have a list of 52 things that I am excited about then i'll decide if I actually do it. I would also consider blogging or instagramming (if that's a word!) each trip... basically a sort of motivational blog- you can go from being bored and not doing much to filling every weekend if you put your mind to it.

Anyway, I'd love some suggestions. Anything that excites you or that you'd love to do on a weekend. Obviously cost is an issue- I can't paying £££'s every weekend!! So be slightly reasonable. I can drive so that's not an issue.

I'll let you know if your idea is put on my list.

I'll give you some ideas...

1) Go to London and watch a theatre show.
2) Hire a supercar for a day and drive on some country roads.
3) Visit an airfield and try and get a ride in a light aircraft.
4) Visit the coast and watch the sunset.

etc.

Obviously they are just ideas. Your turn!
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Or maybe just in my car... supercar hire is quite expensive...
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Great ideas guys... thanks.
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This isn't the greatest suggestion, but you could take a drive to somewhere in the country you've never been and take a look around... :confused:

But the idea itself sounds good...
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Go to London Zoo.

Go to an Aquarium

Take a weekend getaway to Paris on the eurostar.

Spend the weekend in Amsterdam, Get high and go to the science mueseum.
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You could spend a weekend in each of the major cities in UK? :dontknow:
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It depends what you like doing. You could visit a different pub every weekend (like in different towns/villages). Or you could watch the sun set in a different place each week. Don't make the list too extravagant because there'll be times you won't be bothered to do a major trip and also it can get expensive!
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(Original post by Carpe Vinum)
It depends what you like doing. You could visit a different pub every weekend (like in different towns/villages).
I like the way you think :moon:
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I like the way you think :moon:
I'd love to do the sunset one. I never get to see a proper sunset where I live :sad:
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Visit Middlesborough one day and enjoy a good chicken or pork parmesan with spaghetti at Europa. It's a north east thing
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I'd love to do the sunset one. I never get to see a proper sunset where I live :sad:
Lovely places in Scotland to watch the sunset
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Go camping.
See F1 in Silverstone.
Bungee jump.
See Phantom of the Opera in London.
Spend a weekend on a very tight budget and see how you cope.
See the tennis in Wimbledon.
Go to Snowdonia and climb Mount Snowdon.
Visit the other lovely national parks in the UK.
Take part in a charity run (5k, 10k..).
Take a dance class.
Attend a food festival and try only things you've never had before.
See Stonehenge, the Romans Baths... And other famous attractions that the UK are known for.
Be a zoo keeper for a day.

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