We landed wonderfully early in Barcelona and felt pretty fresh after that Business Class experience. Amongst all of the hola's and bienvenidos and in our adventurous state of mind, we decided that real travellers don't throw money at taxis, they catch buses. The driver of the city bound A1 dumped us somewhere, and without our compass … Continue reading Wedding Diaries: #6 Honeymooning in Barcelona
14th July 2017 - Auckland to Barcelona We were out for dinner last night, to celebrate our final moments of 'single' life in New Zealand. Luis took some papers from the inside of his jacket pocket and handed them to me with excitement in his eyes. He had gone incognito and upgraded our tickets to business … Continue reading Wedding Diaries: #5 Flying Business & Honeymooning
I imagine based on this image you see you can get a glimpse into how, shall we say, different Luis and I are. You will be able to imagine, then, that after Luis proposed and the list of to-dos that arise got longer and more complex with deadlines, contracts, and deposits popping up around us, … Continue reading Wedding Diaries: #4 Using The 5 Love Languages for Wedding Planning
Chloe's Version: In a Norwich nightclub called Qube, a tall man with some pretty good facial features leant against the bar with his friends staring intensely, with quite a seductive face, into my eyes. I'd noticed he'd been staring at me for a while now, as my friends and I, at the other end of the club, … Continue reading Wedding Diaries: #3 How did we meet?
We stepped out of the Jardin de la Murella, after exchanging a few words with the owner who spoke as much English as we did Spanish (until the day we departed and he was suddenly fluent), and made our way to Ronda along the beautifully cobbled stone pathway. Just a few metres from the hotel's … Continue reading Wedding Diaries: #2 How Did He Propose?