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Honeymoon for the serious traveler

Honeymoon for the serious traveler

  1. Anonymous

    We have a conundrum – we travel too much. In planning our honeymoon, we want to incorporate the Maldives as we have not been. Where would people suggest we also go before and after? Keep in mind we have been to 70 countries, we have done safari’s, most every major island chain, international city, and major country.

    We are also a gay couple, so although we have been to many unfriendly countries for gay people… they don’t exactly sound like honeymoon destinations for us. We like chic. We like unique. Help!

  2. David W

    [URL=’’]Since you travel so much, do you really need a honeymoon?[/URL]

    [URL=’’]What about an Aman?[/URL]

    Seychelles? Mauritius? Micronesia? Easter Island? Hard to make suggestions with not much detail.

  3. Jim49

    Homosexuality is illegal in the Maldives so I’m not sure if you’d consider that to be an unfriendly country for gay people. While it is rarely prosecuted in the Maldives, and socially accepted especially at resorts, it is still a criminal offence so you could be imprisoned for up to eight years or deported. So if you’re prepared to go there with that in mind, it opens up many other possibilities – like Sri Lanka.

    Are you looking to tick off more countries you haven’t been to, or would you consider going to other parts of countries you have already visited? As mentioned you really need to detail the places that you actually have been so we can offer some suggestions.

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