Month: May 2017

Hawaii Honeymoon Guide: Your Ultimate Honeymoon Starts Here

Hawaii is one of the most popular destinations in the USA and the world to honeymoon and for a good reason. The tropical setting boasts pristine beaches and a relaxed setting that is the perfect way to start your marriage. Hawaii really has something for everyone.  Weather you are looking for adventure by hiking volcanos or surfing, to take in the culture by enjoying a luau and some typical Hawaiian music played on the Ukulele, relaxing on the beach or a bit of a mix. Choose the Right Island Each island in Hawaii offers different attractions and activities where...

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Honeymoon Guide to Seychelles

One of the most romantic places on Earth, Seychelles nestled in the middle of the Indian Ocean is a beautiful little haven. Honeymoon in Seychelles is on the minds of all the people in love seeking a vacation. Imagine sun-kissed shores, cerulean waters as far as the eye can see, private resorts, delicious food, adventures and all that you wish to enjoy with your partner. Off the shores of Africa, an archipelago of 115 islands, each blessed in its own way each offering delightful experiences, peruse Seychelles honeymoon guide to make the most of your vacation. Things to do...

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Our Stay At Ballinalacken Castle House Hotel

Our last night in Ireland, we had the pleasure of staying at the Ballinalacken Castle Country House Hotel.  It was our most enjoyable stay of our trip.  After a day exploring Doolin and going on a cruise to the Aran Islands and by the Cliffs of Moher, we made our way to the guest house, just 2 miles from town. We were warmly greeted by Cecilia and checked into our rooms.  The guest house, situated next to the Ballinalacken castle ruins was built in the early 1800’s by the O’Briens who then owned the land and castle as a place to live....

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Our Visit to the Cliffs of Moher & Aran Islands

During our trip to Ireland, we stayed 2 nights in Doolin, the city closest to the Cliffs of Moher in Ireland.  Not only does the city provide a place to stay on your way to see the cliffs, but has plenty to offer on its own. See The Cliffs Of Moher From Above Seeing the cliffs from about is easy and requires and simple drive to the visitor center.  There is a parking lot where you pay per person as you enter. The cliffs are only a short walk from the parking lot.  There is a visitor center, restaurant,...

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10 Australian Road Trip Destinations for Couples

Australia is a perfect destination for an epic road trip adventure with the love of your life. While flying will take you places quicker, traveling on wheels will give you and your partner greater flexibility. And with Australia’s massive land size, it’s not impossible to find hidden gems along the way. Hiring a campervan will help make your trip a lot more convenient. You have your own mobile home so no more booking hotel stays. Check out any of these amazing spots for your motorhome holiday. Image Source 1. Daylesford, Victoria How to get there: Daylesford is only about...

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A Honeymoon in Gangtok

The celestial beauty of Gangtok is ardently guarded by the clouds that envelope it. Perched at a height of 5500ft, it offers panoramic views of the Mt. Khangchendzonga. This beautiful state accommodates both natural and the modern with efficiency and grace. Rugged mountains and pristine lakes exist alongside shopping complexes, cyber cafes and night clubs, thus making it one of the most favored honeymoon destinations in India. Besides, this charming place and the areas around it are also famous for their fairs and festivals and other delights, attracting a large number of tourists every year. Must Visit Places in...

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Horseback Riding On The Dingle Peninsula

During our time in Ireland, two areas really stood out as our favorites, Doolin and Dingle.  While in Dingle we were able to drive The Slea Head Drive and Connors Pass, go kayaking and fit in a horseback ride. We went horseback riding with Dingle Horseback Riding.  They have several excursions to choose from for both beginner and advanced riders.  Advanced riders can go for beach rides lasting around 4 hours that includes a good amount of cantering.    Upon arriving at the stables, we put on boots and helmets and met our horses, which they had already picked...

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