The Honeymoon – Nevis

Image  Not much about costuming here, so just a short note with pictures 🙂

 Thanks to our wedding guests and other friends generosity, we were able to go to Nevis – a lovely tiny island in the Caribbean. We used Buy Our Honeymoon service – http://www.buy-our-honeymoon.com/. friedns were able to sponsor a posh barbeque, or a coctail on the beach; a deep see fishing or a snorkeling session – all very much appreciated.

 Our residence was the Red Ginger Villa, set in a trully idyllic location – http://www.juststkittsnevis.co.uk/nev_redginger.html

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on the patio, looking out on the pool :-()

 

 We occupied ourselves in the same way newlyweds has done for centuries:

we swam in the ocean and had romantic sunset walks…

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we splashed in our private pool and dined in on local produce;

 

 

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plantane, freshly caught mahi-mahi and veggies. and chilled wine. and a loving husband:-)

 

We visited local gardens

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Tai gardens on Nevis…. the cleanest and the most beautiful part of the island

 

we met natives:

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regular visitor in our pool…

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A tarantula – another regular…

 

We went sea fishing and caught some wahoo and mahi mahi

 

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My catch…..

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And Lucas’…

 

We did some riding, driving, walking and climbed the volcano.

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up the volcano – muddy steep path where you need to climb on all fours. good fun!

 

 twice….

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on the top…

and when we got tired, we rested at the villa…..

 

 

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or on the beach, sipping coctails and playing scrabble 🙂

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 and at nights –  we hunted mosquitos!!!

 

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Lucas with his weapon of choice – a Zapper!

 

 Altogether, we had a lovely 10 days there , and waved nevis an affectionate goodye!

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