We are doing a nontraditional honeymoon as we are going before the wedding. My fiance is currently deployed though and I will have an opportunity to go visit him in Europe before the wedding. We have not decided exactly where we will go but we are very excited.
We stayed in Ubud for one week and Legian for another. If you are in Ubud you should check out Monkey Forest for sure! You should also stop by the Tegellang Rice Paddies, Teganungun waterfall and the Holy Water Temple. In Legian we pretty much took it easy and vegged lol
We are seriously considering Bali for our honeymoon too! Never been, but I have two coworkers that are from Indonesia who have offered ideas on what to do. Where did you stay? Anything that you can recommend?
Yes! I'm very excited. I've also cruised with RC about the same... this will be my 5th ship (not including repeats). They reno'd the ship in 2017... so I'm extra excited for it to be all fresh and refurbished!!!
I'm so jealous... I always wanted to work on a cruise ship... but I can't really go away that long for work now without my FH. (We got together when I was 20, so I never really had the chance)... I guess I'll have to stick to just vacations
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We are going on Royal Caribbean Serenade of the Seas. I have been to Aruba... but I've been on about 14 cruises, and traveled extensively, so we wanted to go somewhere I haven't been so it's new for both me and my FH.
We’re heading to Scotland and taking a couple weeks to travel around the highlands. My family is all from Scotland and I’ve never been so we’re very excited. We’ll be travelling by rail, taking the famous “Harry Potter train”, hiking Ben Nevis, staying in castles and other unique accommodation, and drinking plenty of scotch!
I vouch for a cruise every time. We are flying to Fort Lauderdale, Florida, and taking an 11-night Southern Caribbean cruise. We unpack once, and live on an all-inclusive (we are getting the extra drink package), 5-star floating resort... all while travelling to 5 gorgeous islands: Aruba, Bonaire, Curacao, St Lucia and Antigua.
We are super excited. It's a great way to travel, without the hassle of travel... haha. Plus super relaxing and no stress about paying for food/drinks, or planning activities (you can pre-book shore excursions, and they have daily itineraries for all the on-board activities you can participate in).