Honeymoon: Day Six

I think snorkeling Curacao may have been one of the best things we’ve done not only on our honeymoon, but as a couple.

We boarded a gorgeous catamaran around 10am with six other couples and an awesome crew and we set sail towards the Spanish Waters before heading into the Caribbean to get our snorkel on.

I loved snorkeling with Chris.  As a nervous swimmer, he made me feel so safe and it was the best feeling ever.  Even jumping off the boat I was nervous (irrational fear of being pulled back into the boat), but he was right there to grab my hand and pull me away from the boat.  We had a great time in the warm, shallow water, as he held my hand and we swam through the pretty water.  We saw beautiful fish, coral and even an octopus!

When we got back on the boat, the crew had prepared a delicious BBQ lunch which we ate and then Chris proceeded to jump off of the boat a few times just because he could.  :)


Crew BBQing


Jumping huzby!


Cruising back to land.

On our way back to shore, Chris discovered “Coca Cola Light,” and then this happened:

Yep, that's my husband.

After we got back to the hotel, we relaxed for a while before our last dinner in Curacao.  We had our last sunset dinner at one of the restaurants at the hotel and it was delish and super relaxing.  Oh, but first, check out these dutch mosquito repelent stickers.  Weird:

Last sunset in Curacao.

It’s now Friday morning and we’re relaxing before we have to pack and head to the airport.  It’s been such an incredible time and one that we’ll definitely remember forever.  :)

3 thoughts on “Honeymoon: Day Six

  1. YAAAAAAAY!I LOVED reading all about your honeymoon and checking out some of your beautiful photos! It looked like a FANTASTIC TIME! You both look so tan and wonderful. I can’t wait to see more pictures of the wedding & honeymoon!!! Makes me want to visit Curacao!
    (St John had “nosee’ems” little gnat size bugs that ate you A LIVE. My Mom & Justin were covered in horrible bites. Its something I always forget when going to those tropical places…bug repellent!)
    L O V E Y O U G U Y S!

  2. Wow what a great way to end the honeymoon. BTW…just thought you might be interested in the etymology of the word “honeymoon.” Honey refers to the sweetness of love and moon refers to change like full moon to crescent. The word came into use in the mid 1500s and prior to that was referred to as “the wedding holiday.” cool, huh?

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