World List

An old college friend of mine, Sam Singh  http://singharoundtheworld.typepad.com/blog/, took a journey around the globe going to the key points of interest to him that he felt were 'must' see and do's in his lifetime.  He tracked his travels and adventures in his blog posted preiovulsy.  He called it his 'World List'.  So lets see if we can come up with one of our own. One day maybe I'll be able to check off a few items.

Pyramids of Egypt - Who wouldn't want to see the great pyramids and historical
Tokyo, Japan - Intersections (Ginza yon-chome, Shibuya known as Hachiko Square Crossing and the Shinjuku)
Tour De France - Would like to see a few stages at various points. 
World Cup Football - What else is there to say.
Cuba
Great Wall of China
Eifel Tower
Alexandar Column (Palace Square), St. Petersburg, Russia
Red Square, Moscow Russia
Buckingham Palace, London
Big Ben
Bondi Beach, Great Barrier Reef, Gold Coast, Great Ocean Road, Ningaloo Reef and Sydney Australia
Carnivale, Brazil
Grand Canyon, US
Glacier National Park
Sunday workout with Tony Horton in Santa Mounica, California
Panama Canal
Skydiving
Hang-gliding
Safari
Learn to Sail a boat

Who is Kevin Price?

I'm just the average 'Joe' looking to keep healthy and see where it all leads.  I love to swim, bike and run.  I'd consider myself an Age Grouper Triathlete.  I got my start in getting healthy using BeachBody's products(P90x, P90x2, Insanity - base, asylum 1 & 2, Chalean Extreme, TurboFire and more) and continue to utilize in my training programs as I work towards completing my first of hopefully many 70.3 distance Triathlon's (aka. 1/2 Ironman). A continuous balancing act between work, family and a normal life. But if your a triathlete you already know,  you don't live a normal life. 

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