Post # 1
Where would you take your honeymoon if money was no object? I wouldve either gone to Australia (but Ive already been there), or I wouldve gotten an over-water hut with a glass bottom floor in Bora Bora (first place we considered, SOOO expensive!)
Post # 3
I’m with ya! Bora Bora, Tahiti, somewhere down there. A little hut over the water with a glass floor and privacy galore. Fabulous food, amazing drinks, romance galore…oh man. If i had 20K, I’d be all over it.
I could also go for something along these lines in the Greek Isles.
Post # 4
Fiji or New Zealand. Tough choice. With a stopover in Tokyo!
Post # 5
6 months bumming around Europe. 🙂
Post # 6
- Wedding: August 2009 - Bernardo Winery
If money was no object we’d definitely being going on our Honeymoon all over Europe! There are so many places in Europe we want to visit, we’d take a month or so and visit everywhere. That would be awesome!
Post # 7
- Wedding: September 2010 - Heinz Chapel Ceremony, Museum Reception
It would definitely either be a loooooooong trek around Europe, and NOT backpacker-style. Or, I would love to travel through Japan, then Thailand, staying in fabulous hotels. I love traveling more than anything. Just thinking about it makes me swoon!
Post # 8
World tour! I’d love to spend my honeymoon traveling all around. Spend a couple of months exploring Europe and Asia. How amazing would that be in a chartered boat?
Post # 9
I would definitely want to go to the Virgin Islands and stay in Richard Branson’s estate. I hear that it’s close to $10,000 a night and all the major celebrities including Mariah Carey frequent the place.
Post # 10
- Wedding: June 2010 - Tannery Pond at the Darrow School
Tour of south america!! we may end up going to Brazil, which will be amazing but if I could do anything, it would be to travel all over south america for like, 3 weeks…dream.
Post # 11
If money were no object at all, I’d take a honemoon and never come back. Put in my notice at work and just float my life away learning about different places and the unique people and cultures of the world.
I’ve already thought this one through. If we were suddenly uuber rich, I’d buy a condo on "Residence sea" and float away..have our kids there and we’d just see the whole world.
Post # 12
Japan- the major shopping cities, just for a week. Whoosh the trouble I’d be in! I used to dress in a lot of avant-garde fashions, and Japan is like a crazy-fashion mecca! I think I’d faint if I walked into a BTSSB or AP! (I can’t even look at their websites anymore, because I start to loose the carefully crafted restraint it takes to keep me from falling back into the stranger of my fashion habits!!!) Fiance would have to drag me out kicking and screaming, hehe. I don’t even consider going there because of the amount of money it would take for me to fully enjoy myself between the shopping and the food!
Post # 13
Hee hee – we talk about this all the time.
First stop would be Easter Island for at least a week, then on to Fiji, Tahiti, Bora Bora or the Maldives. (OR all of the above).
Post # 14
I wouls love to go to Tahiti, and my Fiance would love to go to Ireland. So we’d be making quite the trip if we could afford it.
Post # 15
I think we’re doing it…going to the Greek Islands. Though we might have upgraded some of our accommodations and flown first class. Then again, I’m pretty excited about the places where we’re staying b/c they look quite luxurious, have great reviews, and are off the beaten path.
Now if time were no object…it’d be a different story. Probably we’d stick with the mediterranean b/c we both got really excited about the idea. but we’d visit a few more islands, maybe head to Turkey, and probably some time in Italy as well. I heart the Adriatic Sea 🙂