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29 November 2008 @ 08:29 pm
Chris and I had been planning on honeymooning in southern Asia this February. A week in Vietnam, a week in Thailand, and maybe drop by Mumbai, India to visit our friends for a weekend.
However, due to the recent developments in Thailand and India, I'm starting to think we may want to re-consider our options.

So, I'm taking suggestions. Where do you think we should go? Think exotic, nice weather and somewhere that the dollar is relatively strong. We still like the prospect of Vietnam, so maybe something in that region (that has a protest-free airport). Bali? Singapore? Macau? Or something else entirely? Seychelles? Greece? Bora Bora? Argentina? Yucatan Peninsula? Cuba?

Maybe this Thai unrest will blow over and we'll go back to the original plan, but I'd like to buy some plane tickets soon...
Current Mood: contemplativecontemplative
Current Music: 12th Night rehearsal onstage
obsessive-compulsive: exciting room MAXsneakypeteiii on November 30th, 2008 07:13 am (UTC)
Atlantis. I guess they found it in the middle of the Mediterranean not too long ago, so that means you won't have to get SCUBA certified to visit.

Singapore is supposed to be nice. There's a restaurant called Aurum there where you eat in wheelchairs and the chefs work under surgery lights. If you don't like that, have some yummy chicken rice.

Seoul? Starcraft, kimchi, and world-champion breakdancers. 'Nuff said.
nihal on December 3rd, 2008 05:52 am (UTC)
When do have to decide by? I like the original plan, for obvious reasons. Its pretty calm now, with excess security measures everywhere.
Iceland is another idea.