Dear Paws to Talk,
I have met the man of my dreams and we are getting married next month. It is all so exciting. The wedding planning has been a breeze but we cannot agree on where to take our honeymoon.
It has been a few years since either of us has taken a vacation so this trip is very important to us. My fiancé, Jason wants to go to Hawaii but I would like to go to Europe.
Do you have any suggestions on where we should go?
-Carol the Human
I am wagging my tail and whole body with joy! One of my favorite things is a happy love story. Congratulations to you and Jason!
I have been on a lot of vacations and still to this day the hour we spend at the pet store each month is my favorite getaway. What more could you want besides endless supplies of kibble, treats, toys and the presence of exotic birds?
However, you and your soon-to-be-husband might not find this as thrilling as DiDi and I do. From what I hear, Hawaii is paradise with wonderful weather, beaches and water sports. Be sure to put on enough sunscreen since you don’t wear a fur coat. This maybe just the place to relax after your wedding.
Although, if you go to Europe, there are countless travel opportunities. You might have fun exploring a couple of countries through the duration of your trip as opposed to settling in one place for the whole time.
Also, DiDi and I descend from there so depending on where you go, we might be able to arrange for our relatives to show you some local specialities.
This is a tough choice so I am going to open the question up to our beloved readers. I have even created a poll below so you can see what the consensus is.
No matter where you go, I think you will have a fantastic time because you will be with each other.
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