the honeymoon comes to an end

A celebratory mimosa, bacon pancakes and black coffee (apparently fried rice for Jordan) went down well as our last breakfast of the honeymoon. You couldn't keep us out of the water that morning. We absorbed every last bit of Vanuatu, snorkelling, paddle boarding and appreciating this wondrous island. On our way out of the resort,…

honeymoon day six

Three breakfasts' for Jordan and one for me, and we're back on the quad bike. Via the quicker way back to Port Vila, we bypassed 'Evergreen Cascades Waterfall' that had been spoken about a lot by some of the locals and people in the Havannah resort. \ It wasn't cheap to enter the cascades area,…

honeymoon day five

Monday morning consisted of a quick brekkie and a trip into town on the free shuttle. On the way in, it started to get busier on the roads and there was a lot more people outside on the streets. We past a lot of stalls and a couple bigger fruit and veg markets. There was…

honeymoon day four

After a refreshing nights sleep, we headed to breakfast with a motivation to do some exercise. We filled our bellies and borrowed some tennis gear. It was hot. We pumped ourselves up with some Pnau, Chameleon in particular, and some pre-workout (yes - I packed pre-workout in my suitcase, so what) and started hitting back…

honeymoon day three

Ha-lloooo Paradise! Greeted every couple metres as we entered The Point Restaurant, we were excited to eat a breakfast fit for a king. We weren't disappointed. Coffee, juice, fresh seasonal fruit, pastries and breads, eggs, hash browns, the lot! I was surprised we didn't sink to the bottom of the ocean when we went snorkelling.…

honeymoon day two

Good morning husband, good morning fluffy blankets, good morning stars, good mo... 5.20am! I better get in the shower! As you can imagine, in a lulled state, we just made the plane to our honeymoon. Five minutes later and they wouldn't have checked us in. You'd think from both of us catching a multitude of…