71. see: Christ Redeemer, Brazil
Atop Rio de Janeiro’s Corcovado Mountain stands Cristo Redentor (Christ the Redeemer), Rio’s most renowned landmark.
This Art Deco statue is 30m (98ft) tall and its arms stretch 28m (92ft) wide.
72. climb: the Statue of Liberty
The Statue of Liberty is located on Liberty Island in New York Harbor in New York City, USA.
Only 240 people per day are permitted to climb the staircase within the statue to observation deck in the crown.
73. see: the Egyptian Museum
The Museum of Egyptian Antiquities, (aka. Museum of Cairo), in Cairo, Egypt, is home to over 120,000 ancient Egyptian antiquities.
Pharaoh Tutankhamun's iconic golden death mask is housed at the museum.
74. Travel: Switzerland
Some of the most incredible scenery in Europe is found in Switzerland.
See the Matterhorn, the most famous of the Swiss Alps or visit a medieval fairy-tale castle. If you've there in July attend the Montreux Jazz Festival.
75. visit: Bora Bora, French Polynesia.
The island of Bora Bora is known as the ‘Jewel of the South Seas’.
Bora Bora has become synonymous with over-water bungalows and many have glass floors that present a window to the lagoon life below.
76. see: a Solar eclipse
A solar eclipse occurs on Earth, when the Moon passes between the Sun and Earth, and the Moon fully or partially blocks out the view of Sun.
During a total solar eclipse the Moon casts its ‘umbra’ upon Earth's surface.
77. see: gorillas in the wild
In the remaining protected regions of Africa's central rainforest the world’s largest primates survive in the remnants of their natural habitat.
Gorilla trekking offers one of Africa’s most insightful wild encounters.