7 Places I've ticked off my bucket list

By Gaia Cozzoli @gaia.cozzoli

I'm 22 and feeling super grateful for all the places I've been able to visit so far. #SeekerChallenge

Places I've ticked off my bucket list Map

Places I've ticked off my bucket list Places

  • Hollywood Sign

    Hiked all the way behind the famous Hollywood Sign!! The sunset was incredible with the magical view.

  • Key West

    My friends and I had the best time in Key West! It's the southernmost point of the United States and 90 miles from Cuba.

  • New York

    I describe NYC as a "beautiful mess". This city stole my heart, I remember the first day we went on top of the Rockefeller Center and I cried. Right after the sunset and way too many photos, I stopped for a second to actually take it all in. I got super emotional and found myself tearing up. I was so happy, I never felt more alive. The best moments in life are when you take a moment to stop and really observe the space around you.

  • Chichén-Itzá

    One of the Seven wonders of the world. I was 8 when I visited this incredible place. It was crazy and surreal. I still remember everything about that trip!

  • Antelope Canyon

    I had heart eyes for the entire time here! Tip: make sure you book this tour in advance.

  • East High School

    ONCE A WILDCAT, ALWAYS A WILDCAT!! I'm still a fangirl, yes. High school musical will always have a place in my heart. (Fun fact: Sharpay's pink locker is still there!!)

  • Baia di Hanauma

    I had the chance to visit this stunning place a week before my 20th birthday. What can I say? I still dream about it.

  • Hollywood Sign

    Hiked all the way behind the famous Hollywood Sign!! The sunset was incredible with the magical view.

    December 3, 2020
  • Key West

    My friends and I had the best time in Key West! It's the southernmost point of the United States and 90 miles from Cuba.

    December 3, 2020
  • New York

    I describe NYC as a "beautiful mess". This city stole my heart, I remember the first day we went on top of the Rockefeller Center and I cried. Right after the sunset and way too many photos, I stopped for a second to actually take it all in. I got super emotional and found myself tearing up. I was so happy, I never felt more alive. The best moments in life are when you take a moment to stop and really observe the space around you.

    December 3, 2020
  • Chichén-Itzá

    One of the Seven wonders of the world. I was 8 when I visited this incredible place. It was crazy and surreal. I still remember everything about that trip!

    December 3, 2020
  • Antelope Canyon

    I had heart eyes for the entire time here! Tip: make sure you book this tour in advance.

    December 3, 2020
  • East High School

    ONCE A WILDCAT, ALWAYS A WILDCAT!! I'm still a fangirl, yes. High school musical will always have a place in my heart. (Fun fact: Sharpay's pink locker is still there!!)

    December 3, 2020
  • Baia di Hanauma

    I had the chance to visit this stunning place a week before my 20th birthday. What can I say? I still dream about it.

    December 3, 2020