My Honeymoon

I began writing about honeymoon vacations after going on my honeymoon 2 years ago. We went to Fiji, stayed at the Shangri-La Fijian and had the best time of our lives. There were coral reefs off of the beach at our resort, so we didn’t have to go far. The water in Fiji is crystal clear and you can swim far out without worrying about shark attacks or other scary creatures lurking in the water. One of the best things about Fiji is the excess amounts of islands scattered throughout the water, 300 + islands! As we were taking the book out to one of the islands, we kept passing island after island after island. It was an awesome site! Once you land on one of the little plots of land surrounded by water, you can literally walk the circumference in 5-10 minutes. We had never been on an island that small and loved every minute. Honeymoon travel to Fiji is a definite must. The plane ride isn’t too long from the west coast, maybe a little far from the east, but tropical paradise awaits you.

That was a tidbit about my honeymoon, even though there is so much more to tell. This blog is to share some of the great travel information and ideas from my research on honeymoons.

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One thought on “My Honeymoon

  1. Bula!

    Great to hear that you loved your honeymoon in Fiji – as a travel consultant in Toronto it is one of my favourite destinations to sell for honeymooners!

    Last time I was there I spent about a month island hopping around Yasawa chain and some of the Eastern Islands. Amazing!

    If anyone is interested in reading more and seeing the pictures I kept a blog of the trip that you can find at:

    http://www.tpiworldwide.com/carlhenderson/livingadream-journal/home43-0.html

    The places I stayed were often more budget oriented and perhaps not for a honeymoon – but amongst those islands there are some incredible resorts too. Thought the link would give other honeymooners even more of an idea on what it is like there in Fiji.

    Cheers,
    Carl

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