Our honeymoon!

I guess there is no better place to start a newlywed’s blog than with some honeymoon pictures! My goal in blogging is just to have a (digital) place to look back and have a collection of memories documented – and I am a LONG time lurker/follower of many different types of blogs – so it’s about time that I have my own. Or at least try.

We traveled to Petit St. Vincent – an island within the country of St. Vincent and the Grenandines. I’m still not really clear if it’s categorized as the West Indies or the Caribbean – regardless, it was perfect and beautiful and I can’t wait to one day return. Most of these pictures were taken from my Iphone, and the last few from our GoPro camera.

Flying into Barbados.

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Our little plane to take us to Union Island — with other honeymooners.

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Flying into Union Island.

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Boat ride into our picture perfect final destination.

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View from the west side, facing Petite Martinique.

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Can you tell it was windy?

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Amazing view from the only restaurant.

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View of our private palapa.

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Obligatory selfie.

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An example of all the perfect shells on the beaches, here they’re stowed under a palm tree.

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More views from our deck.

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Can I go back?

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Pet turtles need their salsa.

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The rest are from the GoPro.

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The wind WAS really out of control. But so relaxing, too.

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Terrifying (well, only for me) sail on the Beauty.

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Kudos to the Boy on this lovely shot – spectacular fishies.

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Maybe it’s just because we’re expecting another foot or so of snow tomorrow, but I could really enjoy another beach trip.

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