Hooray. HOOOOOORAY! I may or may not be painfully excited because we may or may not have booked our honeymoon. It took us a while to decide where we would go; for a long time we thought we were going to country-hop in Europe and take our time wandering around across the pond. But I gotta say, after a few months on the road with Madagascar earlier this year, a country-hopping honeymoon just sounded like more work. We decided we wanted to post up on a beach somewhere, and lay in hammocks and swim and relax until we couldn’t relax any more.
Enter Tahiti. TAHITIIIIIII! It’s never a place that occurred to either of us, but it popped into my head one day and I couldn’t shake it. So we did it! We’ll be staying on three islands — Tahiti, Mo’orea, and Bora Bora. And it’s gonna look a little something like this.
And we’re maybe gonna do a little bit of this.
And we’re gonna stay in one of these.
Annnnd it’s pretty much gonna be the best trip ever. xoxo
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Please tell me how and where you booked…. This looks like the most perfect honeymoon destination!
Ditto. Inquiring minds want to know! ♥
Hey guys! We had some friends who took a similar honeymoon earlier this year, and they suggested Pacific Holidays. It’s a travel company who specializes in the South Pacific. We decided to have them book for us rather than doing it ourselves — after a bunch of math and shuffling, I came to the conclusion that the deals they could get us were comparable to what we could get on our own. And aside from that, it’s pretty convenient to have them book all island transfers, etc. — little things that might be a hassle on your own.
dreamy!! honeymoon on a marvellous island is perfect.. 🙂
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