In a natural setting we had our Andean wedding, an ancient tradition of Peru where two souls are powerfully connected by the forces of nature and protected for a life of happiness. We want to share our experience since it is a great option for those looking for an alternative wedding!
We travelled to Berlin to experience the creative culture and techno music. From discrimination to “exclusive” inclusiveness, it was fascinating to see how the music scene in Berlin is coming to grips with change.
Georgia was more colourful, vibrant and historic than we had imagined. Cecily and I tried to understand why no one thinks to travel there. We immersed ourselves in the creative culture of Tbilisi and the historic Kakheti wine region to find out.
We enjoyed the vast beauty and nomadic culture of Kyrgyzstan but had a few surprises with the food and accommodation along the way.
We landed in Moscow and were quickly met by expressionless border agents carefully examining our passports.
Passport, check, wallet, check, phones, check! Since waking up Cecily was brimming with excitement and disbelief that it was actually happening. All the planning was coming to fruition now, we were actually doing it.
The weeks leading to our departure were frenetic. So much to do in so little time: travel shots, visas, moving out, and a lot of saying goodbye.
Cecily and I have always had a passion for travel and have tried to fit it into our busy career whenever possible...