Bequia + Mustique = Caribbean Paradise

Posted in Life by Shannon South on June 23, 2011

It’s hard to believe we’ve been back from our honeymoon in the Caribbean for over a week. I’ve been hard at work, trying to make up for all the work time lost while planning our wedding. Our trip was absolute heaven. I seriously cannot remember ever feeling so relaxed in my life. We went to two small islands in the southern Caribbean – not far from Venezuela.  To get there, we flew to Barbados and then had to take a tiny 15-seater plane – which made me a little nervous. Thank god the the weather was calm – it was a beautiful ride. We spent three days in Bequia and four in Mustique. The two places couldn’t have been more different and still fallen in the paradise category… I read a book cover to cover, which was a total luxury. We ate tropical fruits picked from the trees outside and drank coconut water straight from the coconut every day… came back with a very nice tan and most of all got to relax and ease into the fact that we had just made a huge life-changing decision. It was a perfect honeymoon.

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  1. jenny gordy said, on June 23, 2011 at 7:15 am

    Oh my gosh, Shannon, that looks amaaaaaazing. Beautiful photos! I can’t believe you had to take a tiny plane though, eek! Those freak me out a little too. Glad you’re back! It was awesome to see you yesterday. : )

    • Shannon South said, on June 23, 2011 at 10:25 am

      Yeees! It was amazing – Every day was breath-takingly beautiful… The plane was actually fun once I got used to it! Really good to see you too… good luck with packing and see you tomorrow night!

  2. jennifer said, on June 23, 2011 at 10:14 pm

    Beautiful! I want to go…now!!!!


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