• attend a summer or winter ball at the University
  • attend all the buildings and places in my ongoing travel list that are located in the UK
  • attend LeakyCon in full Luna Lovegood cosplay
  • be mistaken for a local
  • become a less lousy journal writer
  • become a really, really good student
  • become able to identify local accents on the spot
  • buy some of my favourite childhood foods that aren't available here anymore but are over there
  • come across a place where a film or TV series is being recorded
  • dance at Klute or Loveshack at least once
  • do part of my postgraduate studies in Oxford (I wish)
  • find a group of people to feel at home with, and a "now" best friend
  • find really beautiful or rare editions of my favourite books
  • find treasures in antique shops
  • get lost in a forest
  • give it a go at a theatre, television series or film audition
  • go rowing across the river in Durham
  • go sailing
  • go somewhere really far away, on my own, without really planning it or telling anyone
  • go to Stonehenge to celebrate the Summer Solstice
  • go to the Harry Potter filming studios in Leavesden
  • graduate with honours
  • hang out with a favourite teacher
  • have a holiday in a faraway cottage in the countryside
  • have a strange and magical moment
  • have a sleepover with friends from different colleges
  • have access to real historical documents
  • have my best friend L. come over
  • have something published (art or writing)
  • have tea at a really fancy tea room
  • introduce others to Chilean cuisine and teach them how to make some of our national dishes
  • learn Welsh
  • listen to live Celtic music
  • live in an old, cottage-styled house
  • make a historical discovery, however small
  • make excursions to historical landmarks
  • meet my English family
    • visit the beach in Wales where my grandmother's ashes were thrown
  • meet other Chilean people
  • meet someone from the cast of Harry Potter
  • partake in a traditional dance of a completely unbeknownst country
  • see a member of royalty from afar
  • spend a snowy Christmas
  • spend an afternoon reading in the woods
  • spend some time helping at a farm
  • spot a Chilean person in a crowd or a busy place just by hearing the way they speak
  • spot forest animals out of the blue
  • star in a play or a pantomime
  • surprise someone with my amazing homemade custard sauce
  • take driving lessons (not going to be helpful back in Chile)
  • take up a sport in uni
  • tour places that inspired some of my favourite books and folklore tales
  • visit Beatrix Potter's cottage
  • visit Debbie, my friend from the airplane I took from Brisbane to Auckland
  • vote at the Embassy whenever voting internationally is approved in Chile
  • watch a play at the Shakespeare Globe
  • work at the International Office at my university
  • work in benefit of mental health
    • give a pep talk to eating disordered people to help others recover by telling them my experience, to give back in honour of those who helped me get back on track
    • join B-eat, Great Britain's eating disorder support group
    • join my university's Mental Wealth society
    • run a marathon for B-eat
jul 10 2013 ∞
jul 11 2013 +
user picture carina maree: I really, really want to study overseas, but I am conflicted as to where; France or England! Your inspiring list is giving me so many ideas about what I would do, if I choose England jul 14 2013