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Honeymooners discover nontraditional alternatives in Central Mexico

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Samantha Wohlfeil, author and collaborator at The Bellingham Herald, published a piece titled “While beaches are nice for honeymoons, couples finding nontraditional alternatives”, enumerating the many different activities couples can carry out in Central México destiations.

After the stress of planning and pulling off a wedding, a honeymoon is a welcome chance to get out of town, relax with your new spouse and try something new.

While tropical destinations are popular – cheers to Hawaii and the Caribbean – there are plenty of options off the beaten path.

From busing through central Mexico with a willingness to wing it, to stomping through ghost tours in Charleston, S.C., two local couples show you how it can be done.

Mexico World Heritage Sites

Immediately after their Sept. 27, 2014, wedding, Eric Chambers and Julie de Losada drove to Seattle, hung out at 24-hour restaurant 13 Coins and read their wedding cards while waiting for their 6 a.m. flight to Mexico.

Both Eric and Julie had traveled extensively before, and they knew they didn’t want to just spend their 12 days at a beach resort.

Instead, they booked the first few nights and last few nights of their stay, and left their schedule open to whatever felt best, though they knew they wanted to visit a series of World Heritage Sites.



“We had kind of an idea of where to go, and had pre-mapped places, but we didn’t necessarily think we would get to everything,” Julie says.

They started in San Miguel de Allende, then went to Guanajuato (city), Morelia and ended in Mexico City.

Because it was the second marriage for both of them, the two say they did not want gifts at all. But when people kept asking, they started an account at honeyfund.com, which allows friends and family members to pay for fun experiences for couples while they are on their honeymoon.

Click here for full article on the http://www.bellinghamherald.com/

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