Congratulation to Sam and Margit for tieing the knot and starting the long and unlasting journery together with ones hands holding others hands. I am sure after your marriage this whole world will look much more beautiful to you. May god bring much more happiness, understanding and love in your life and also it will bring good luck for you as well as the travellerspoint community. I will be wating for " the 3rd One " who i am sure will have the super talent of both of you. Congratulations once again. anyway where are you going for honeymoon ?
Hello there everyone!
Thanks for all the kind words
Honeymoon is currently happening, hence my not replying to this thread earlier. I only spotted it today... We are in the Mauritius which is a great island for honeymooners. Just completed our PADI open water course yesterday and the diving has been great. Really loving it.
Besides that the food is absolutely fantastic and the internet amazingly expensive. Good thing it's my honeymoon though so no pressure as of yet to get online
We'll be back in a week or so and I'll get some pics uploaded. Nice pic there by the way Pete!
Sam (and Margit of course...who loved all the comments on how good she looks )
Dear Sam and Margit,
Its great that you have come to Mauritius for Your Honeymoon !!!!! . I am happy beacause as you know you are now very near to India as mauritius is in Indian Ocean and very near to india's sounthern seashore(The beautiful kerala state). I hope you must be getting the little bit fragrance of Indian Recipies especially made for both of you to celebrate your honeymoon. If it is possible then come and have a glimpse of India.
Just thought I would let you know I uploaded a pic from the wedding to my photo gallery located at http://www.travellerspoint.com/member_photo_gallery.cfm?UserID=4.
There's also one there from the hotel in the Mauritius.... and yes, we were package tourists on this one!
Thanks again for all the kind wishes!
You both look amazing !! Once again congratulations !
Oh yes, I should mention that is the traditional Norwegian folks dress called a bunad. Those that are really familiar with bunads will be able to see that it is from East Telemark and called the Brudestakk.... the wedding variation of the regular East Telemark bunad.
Of course most people, like me, won't be able to see that
Really doesn't matter Sam - altho' it is interesting
You both look absolutely fabulous
Congratulations to Sam and Margit !
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