I'll start with moominmolly's question for me:
You're an adventurous person. What is it that appeals to you about adventure, and what is one adventure you know you want to have before you die?
I think what I like about adventure is the opportunity to experience new things, which tends to open up pieces of myself that may not be easy to access through other means. And those pieces of myself are bits that I like very much, so I feel like I'm a better person -- more complete, more content, more sympathetic and empathetic, more creative, to name a few -- and more truly who I want to be when I'm having adventures. And adventures don't have to be running off to Guatemala for four months, either; an adventure can be trying a new recipe or meeting up with a new friend or just generally doing something you either haven't done before or that's a jog from your normal routine.
One adventure I know I want to have before I die? I'll ignore all the small ones, like making my own soft, bloomy rind cheese or the vague ones that would be interesting but don't really drive me, like walking the full outline of the US, and go with something big and at least reasonably likely to happen: I'd like to live in a foreign city, non English-speaking, for a chunk of time: find a job, like, a real job, make friends, develop a community, and come to feel like it's home, of a sort. For some reason, Buenos Aires springs to mind when I think of this, but Mexico City, Madrid and Barcelona all have some appeal.