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#1 kashad

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    Posted 13 November 2010 - 11:54 AM

     Hello,

     

    We are getting married on Isla Mujeres June2011 and can't decide where to honeymoon. Since we are going to be on the island for 1 week we figured we wanted to honeymoon out of the riviera maya. Most honeymoon locations I have looked into involve a 14 hour or longer flight and they all involve flying back to the states before heading to the location. Does anyone know of semi-close nonstop flights leaving out of cancun to a honeymoon location? Any suggestions are helpful

    Thanks girls!!!!



    #2 ammorris17

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      Posted 13 November 2010 - 01:39 PM

      That is our same problem! Please let me know what yall decide to do.



      #3 Vettiebean

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        Posted 05 January 2011 - 02:11 PM

        Exact same problem! I wanted to go to the DR from Cancun, but it's (no joke) like 20 hours each way. And, it was starting to really add up. FI and I want to explore the world together, but seeing as how we have our whole lives ahead of us, that might just have to wait. I am thinking about surprising him with an extra five days in Cancun, but at a different resort from where we're getting married. This way we 1) steer clear of guests and interruption during the honeymoon 2) still sort of get to be in a different place and 3) save a bit of money, stress, and headache bc of the airfare situation. It'll also give us more time to just relax. 

         

        Hopefully something will change for you, though! 



        #4 kellymichaels88

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          Posted 16 January 2011 - 06:06 PM

          Hey guys,

           

          My partner and I are thinking of travelling to Australia for our honeymoon. We both love hiking and exploring, any suggestions on where we could do that in Australia?






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