My Wedding & Honeymoon: Day 24-25

April 23, 2012

To see the accompanying posts click here and here.

134 thoughts on “My Wedding & Honeymoon: Day 24-25

  1. Roxanne

    You already know how much I love this format for telling the story… it’s postcard meets photoessay and it is really enjoyable. I have been traveling vicariously through you and your love and I do not want the honeymoon posts to end!

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    1. Andi Perullo Post author

      I know how much you love it, that’s why I keep doing it hahaha! 😉 Thank you so much for your love and support — it’s greatly appreciated darling! Sadly, I only have 2 more honeymoon posts left.

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  2. Catalina

    The turtle shot is post card perfect!!! in fact, all of them are!!! What a beautiful place!! What is the closest city to fly to/from? Rio? Cant wait to go to brazil someday!

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  3. Memory

    Ew, the lizard on the plate is gross. Reminds me of the times my family and I have been to Jamaica for mission trips and the numerous times we’ve found little reptiles like that in our showers! :)
    I love how you wrote on the pictures like that, very pretty.
    Thank you for your comment on my Insta snippets post, Andi! You are sweet :)

    SoUtHeRnPiNkY.bLoGsPoT.cOm

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    1. Andi Perullo Post author

      Haha my husband loved the lizards! He fed them every day, so by the end of the trip we had like 20-30 on our terrace. I’m so glad you enjoyed the pics! :)

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  4. Emily in Chile

    I love the little lizard, but oh my gosh, the picture of the turtle! That is just amazing – what an incredible animal to see up close, especially in such a gorgeous setting.

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  5. Virginie

    These honeymoon posts are all SO beautiful and breath taking, I couldn’t picks my favorite. But I have to say, this one gave me the shivers! Totally adding Brasil to my list of dream destinations :)

    I love the writing on the pictures as well, very nicely done.

    I’m so happy you are sharing all this so we can imaginary travel with you!! I had a rustic honeymoon and although it was amazing, the scenery wasn’t this dreamy 😉

    Virginie xo

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    1. Andi Perullo Post author

      Awww what an amazing comment darling, thank you from the bottom of my heart!!! You absolutely must add Brasil to your dream destinations. I promise it won’t disappoint. I loved sharing the intimate details of our honeymoon — it was the best trip of my life to date! XO

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  6. Annabel Candy, Get In the Hot Spot

    Felicitaciones Andi:) Now you’ve made me want to visit Brazil more than ever. In fact the whole of South America is calling my name because I haven’t been there YET;)

    Love the pic of the lizard finishing off your food. We had a gecko in our home in Panama that would come and lick the sticky bits left behind my by evening chocolate indulgences. So cute:)

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  7. Alex

    The picture of the turtle is stunning, Andi! It’s so hard to get good underwater shots when snorkeling I think, at least for me because I am COMPLETELY buoyant and can’t stay under for even a minute. So I’m doubly impressed!

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    1. Andi Perullo Post author

      Haha and I’m the opposite! I feel like it’s such a challenge to take good underwater shots when diving because usually the clarity of water is so dark, whereas with snorkeling it’s so bright. Anyway, thank you for the compliment, coming from you it’s huge, because I greatly admire your underwater shots.

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    1. Andi Perullo Post author

      I love sharks! I think they are such magnificent creatures. I have swam with them dozens of times, so I followed him or her for a while. Actually, there were several. But, my poor husband is TERRIFIED of them and swam in the other direction. I’m so so so proud of him for not getting out of the water though. He totally faced his fears that day! XO

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  8. Flashpacking At Forty

    Bravo Brasilia! Congratulations. What a beautiful memory of your trip, loved the Gekko. I’ve just discovered my own passion for underwater life, and we’re packing in as much diving and snorkeling as possible, as part of our own rtw adventure. Can’t wait to explore Brazil, it looks amazing. PS Any tips on how to un-man my own travel blog, http://flashpackatforty.com/ , as I really love the design of your stylish blog. Congrats again.

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    1. Andi Perullo Post author

      Thank you sooo much!!! Loved your comment! Yes, beautiful memories indeed and there were actually about 20-30 geckos can you believe it? Underwater life is amazing. When I go snorkeling or diving I seriously get goosebumps every.single.time. It’s beyond magical! Will you be heading to Brasil soon? Please let me know if I can help you with your planning! I’d be happy to answer any blog questions. Email me at AndiPerullo@aol.com. XO

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  9. Liesl

    What gorgeous pictures! I am not going to catch back up on some of your past posts and honeymoon, travel adventures! Love the idea of breakfast with a view…lovely, just lovely! Thank you for your sweet comment on my blog too! :)

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    1. Andi Perullo Post author

      Awww thank you so much for your awesome comment and I’m touched that you’re going to spend some time checking out my other posts!!! You’re welcome for the comment.

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  10. Anne Standing

    Wow! What hotel did you guys stay in? Would you recommend it? I travelled around South America for a year but, shockingly, never made it to Brasil! I guess the west coast countries hooked me in and I couldn’t leave :) Definitely want to travel there at some point!

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  11. Laura

    I would have probably freaked out spotting the little lizard next to my breakfast. I get this kind of little guests during the hot summer months when they look for sanctuary in the shadows of my living room. This is Spain, baby! 😛

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  12. Dale S

    OMG, these are such amazing photos and I loved reading through the captions on them. The one with the lizzard is so funny too, I probably would have screamed. I hope I can go on a honeymoon one day as beautiful as yours. Great blog, following you on twitter too :)

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    1. Andi Perullo Post author

      You’re welcome so much and thank you for stopping by my blog! I really appreciate your kind words re: my pics. It’s easy to take pics of Brasil, such a ridiculously gorgeous country! There were actually about 20-30 lizards can you believe it? My husband fed 1 and the next thing we knew we were surrounded. XO

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  13. Terra

    Oh so beautiful!!! I love that you had a visitor for breakfast, he was pretty cute:-) That turtle picture is beyond gorgeous! Hugs, Terra

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