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The 2007 Honeymoon Guide

Daily Candy - Travel released their 2007 Honeymoon Guide, entitled "Take a Vow," recently and I couldn't help but share it here. These destinations are superb ... and honestly, a few of them will make you go "hmmmmmm." Check them out if you're looking for a once-in-a-lifetime honeymoon to go along with your out-of-this-world wedding!
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Vow: We will ponder the vastness through each other's eyes.
Translation: And we'll do it from the infinity pool, gazing onto eighteen miles of perfect, desolate beach.
Destination:
The Nam Hai, China Beach, Vietnam

Vow: We will rock you.
Translation: Let's climb every mountain, starting with the Himalayas. No, Patagonia. No, a volcano in Ecuador …
Destination:
Mountain Travel Sobek

Vow: We will take it easy, beautifully, and remotely.
Translation: We'll hold hands on the beach, walk through the forest, and discover tiny restaurants in nearby José Ignacio.
Destination:
Mantra Resort-Spa-Casino, Punta del Este, Uruguay

Vow: We will tread lightly.
Translation: Take a few afternoons whale watching, add a week of water's edge living on a private island. Stir, nuzzle, repeat.
Destination:
Mounu Island Resort, Tonga

Vow: We will take big risks together.
Translation: We will always double down on eleven — especially when making ill-advised, shotgun, madcap decisions.
Destination:
Skylofts at MGM Grand, Las Vegas

Vow: We will inspire breathlessness.
Translation: Vineyards that stretch out to the sea and dazzling sunsets in the Mediterranean.
Destination:
Capofaro Malvasia & Resort, Aeolian Islands, Sicily

Vow: We will live on the wild side.
Translation: If we can handle diving with great white sharks together, we can handle anything.
Destination:
African Shark Eco Charters

Vow: We will lose ourselves and find each other.
Translation: In the serenity of the Sahara, under the shadow of the Atlas Mountains, our casbah fantasies come true. Pass the rosewater.
Destination:
Dar Ahlam, Morocco

Vow: We'll make the journey an adventure.
Translation: A few days in Venice, a few days in Paris, the sunrise over the Alps in between.
Destination:
Venice Simplon-Orient-Express



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