Post # 136
We stayed at Bucuti and Tara. I HIGHLY recommend them for the non- all inclusive option! We met a couple who did what you’re doing – and they moved to all inclusive the week AFTER Bucuti and they said they were SO disappointed because the food didn’t compare.
I would recommend doing the all-inclusive first and then switching to non-all inclusive if you can. The food at restaurants on the island is SO amazing, you’re going to be upset going from that food to all-inclusive food!
Post # 138
this sounds amazing, keep a diary and take lots of pics! Good for you guys!
Post # 139
We’re going to Jamaica for two weeks with a split stay between Couples Sans Souci and Couples Tower Isle their sister resort. The hotel cost plus flights will be around $7,000 and then we’re flying up to Vancouver for a week before heading home, so that will probably be another $2,000. So all in all around $9,000 I guess.
Post # 140
- Wedding: Rocky Mountains-May 2017
It’s pretty awesome here depending on the time of year. It’s actually beautiful out right now, but it’ll start to ice up again mid feb-early march
Post # 141
14 nights at the Maldives. $4700 all included.. It was off-peak season luckily for us 😉
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Post # 143
Our trip will be to Puerto Vallarta. We’re staying at an all-inclusive for 7 nights. Flights, the hotel, and travel insurance cost us $3800.
Post # 144
We’Re getting married At Secrets The Vine in Cancun Mexico and will be there for one week with our guests. We’re then going on a 12-day honeymoon in Bora Bora- Moorea – Taha’a, all in French Polynesia. Without the flights, that’s around 15k. We’re staying in over water bungalows most of the time or in accomodations with private plunge pool. We’re SO excited!!!