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11. Posted by james (Travel Guru 4136 posts) 11y

I just hope it's not the inside of my coffin! YIKES!

12. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Quoting mim

What a morbid question.

I will have to agree with you...I lost my friend unexpectedly in December of last year, she was 42 with two children and her whole life ahead of her. I went to visit her burial site on Sunday with our other friends and had a little "chat" at the park. Mostly, having no regrets and living our life to the fullest. Facing her loss has made me question a lot of things in my own life, hence the nature of my questions (have you seen the three questions I put on the forum?...they all relate to death). Anyway, I hope I die having no regrets and having seen and done everything I have always wanted and dreamed of...

13. Posted by Pati (Full Member 120 posts) 11y

What a pity areins...the same happened to me a while ago, my good friend "Jenny" passed away last February she was diagnosed with lung cancer a year ago - she got a successful treatment but suddenly she made a metastasis and died...she was just 26-year old, nice and so intelligent...that is why I try to do all I love to do, sometimes it takes time but it’s in my near plans.

What to see...the most amazing sunset!

14. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

Four years older either way I would think...

Tahiti and the USS Arizona Memorial in Hawaii

15. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

Quoting isadora

Four years older either way I would think...

Tahiti and the USS Arizona Memorial in Hawaii

First part was in response to post #10 by Joz...

16. Posted by daveh (Travel Guru 1027 posts) 11y

Some people say to me they wish they could have travelled and seen and done the things i have done. I explain to them if i get hit by a bus tomorrow, i will be lying on my death bed, slightly p***ed off, but having no regrets about the fact that i've given it a good go. I know at 32 i have already seen and done more than a lot, but i don't intend to change the way i do things. My point to them really is if they get hit by a bus tomorrow will they have regrets.........if the answer is yes then start living a bit more!

Last place to see would be a beautiful sunset sat on a beach on a quiet, tropical island (is the fact that sunsets seem to be popular some kind of pschological thing about death??)

17. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Quoting ppatti

What a pity areins...the same happened to me a while ago, my good friend "Jenny" passed away last February she was diagnosed with lung cancer a year ago - she got a successful treatment but suddenly she made a metastasis and died...she was just 26-year old, nice and so intelligent...that is why I try to do all I love to do, sometimes it takes time but it’s in my near plans.

What to see...the most amazing sunset!

I see you are from Peru...I grew up in Peru and camped all my life in the southern beaches of Lima (the days when you were able to do that, now they are completely urbanized and congested). I have to admit that we have some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. I always remember that...camping and sitting by the fire watching the sunset and eating a good piece of meat.

18. Posted by areinstein (Travel Guru 2788 posts) 11y

Quoting daveh

Last place to see would be a beautiful sunset sat on a beach on a quiet, tropical island (is the fact that sunsets seem to be popular some kind of pschological thing about death??)

It appears to be...I can remember at least three movies where the sad ending is someone dying in the arms of someone else while the sun sets over the ocean (and with the nice ocean breeze and all). I mean, is there a better way to die??

19. Posted by Brendan (Respected Member 1824 posts) 11y

I dont know about the whole sunset thing with the arms of a loved one , sounds a little cliche... :p I would be nice though.

For me I would like to see my body as I ascend to another plain of existance.. :)

20. Posted by Pati (Full Member 120 posts) 11y

Quoting areinstein

Quoting ppatti

What to see...the most amazing sunset!

I see you are from Peru...I grew up in Peru and camped all my life in the southern beaches of Lima (the days when you were able to do that, now they are completely urbanized and congested). I have to admit that we have some of the most beautiful sunsets in the world. I always remember that...camping and sitting by the fire watching the sunset and eating a good piece of meat.

Sure, I’m from this beautiful country that I love so much...I totally agree with you –we have amazing sunsets here…on the beach, on the rainforest, on the Andes (mountains), etc etc...sure, watch the sunset eating a super Ceviche or a delicious Jalea mummmmm - ah of course with a super "vaso de chicha morada" (no menciono la cervesa porque no me gusta)
We are in summer right now, and I’m going to camp in Paracas (Minas - beach) next week (holy week) I’ll see a lot of sunsets!