Post # 1
My SO and I have been discussing on where to go for the honeymoon (I feel shy using that word. .lol). I’m more into the European, sight-seeing thing, while he’s hoping for a relaxing carribeaen trip. I thought a good neutral was Hawaii. Anyone else have a a good trip with equal parts R&R and touristy things?
Post # 3
Why are you shy using the word honeymoon??
What is your budget, how long do you want to go, and how far are you willing to travel?
Post # 4
hmm.. we haven’t discussed the Honeymoon budget, or how far to go.. just that we want 2 weeks away together. I feel silly saying hm cuz of how id giggle as a little kid about it… just silliness is all. I’m sure I’ll get over it soon :-p
Post # 5
We did a delayed honeymoon (1.5 years delayed!) and took a week long cruise to the Caribbean and then a week at Disneywold. We both really wanted to do Europe, but money-wise, the Caribbean was much less expensive.
Cruising is fun and not as “old” as people think it is. We went on the Allure of the Seas and ziplined, rock climbed, partied on the ship. The ports were amazing and we had the absoulte best time!
Post # 6
@ella_ny: I was the same way! I really wanted to go to Rome but my fiance just wanted to relax. We are going on a cruise. That way, we can relax some days and explore the ports others. I think it will be fun, but haven’t gone yet
Post # 8
If money or time were no issue, I’d go to the South Pacific (Tahiti, Bora Bora, Fiji), Maldives, or Seyshelles.
Post # 10
@ella_ny: We are planning to take a 7-day cruise to Bermuda out of NY. We will get the laid-back cruise experience (or as laid back as we want-I’m planning to do the adventure course, some swimming, check out shows, and explore the zillion things to do on the ship) and then we will spend 3 days docked in Bermuda so we can do some sight-seeing. I figure it’s the best of both worlds 🙂
Post # 11
I would do Southeast Asia, like Thailand or Bali. There’s plenty of cultural things to do and some really awesome beaches nearby. Plus without any extra info, you can do it expensively or relatively cheaply (after the flight cost).