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Honeymoon ♥ - Part 2

Okay, remember how we were looking at beach destinations for our honeymoon?

Well, not anymore.

I got a bit paranoid after hearing about the recent earthquake in Chile and tsunami warning here in our country that I'm re-thinking our choices. Told this to Fiance, who calmly thinks that it's perfectly safe to go to Krabi or Phuket. But, he respects my paranoia (eceh, padahal I basically whined and complained till he had no choice but to agree :p) and agrees to change our destination.

So, now I'm looking at hilly places. I think that's quite relaxing and romantic for a honeymoon, kan? Right now, my first choice is Chiang Mai. I've been looking at hotels set atop of Chiang Mai's hills which are really just breathtaking. Again, my point of reference is AirAsiaGo, formerly known as GoHoliday.

I think Chiang Mai is quite a good choice for us since the city is rich with culture, history and hee, shopping! Both myself and Fiance loves history so this is certainly a bonus point. There are plenty of museums there, which I suspect Fiance would like. I still remember how he dragged me to so many museums while visiting Edinburgh, Scotland. And one particular museum that I can never forget is The Natural History Museum! OMG, it was soooooo boring!! It was a museum filled with dead animals. I cant remember whether they were real or replicas. But, either way, it was just so dry and blergh. I pretended to be interested when Fiance pointed out all these different kind of animals; some I've never even heard of, since we just started dating kan? But, seriously that wasnt fun. At all. I dont recommend it. Unless you're like my Fiance. Then, it's like Disneyland for you :p Now, I can admit this la, since dah nak kahwin dah kan *wink*

So, back to my point on Chiang Mai....that's why I think it would be a good honeymoon destination choice for us.

I'm also looking at other places like Vietnam, perhaps? But, I havent really researched properly. So, for now, Chiang Mai.

Oh, we'll be braving the war in next weekend's Matta Fair. Wish us luck!

One of the hotels we're looking at. What a view, kan?

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