Hey all, I hope you’ve been having a great week so far and have been enjoying these posts. Looking back on all these photos, I really wish I could go back, and I’m pretty sure I will be back in Europe one day.
I hope everyone had a great weekend and thank you guys for your support so far!
This will be the 4th installment of my honeymoon series and so far, I’ve been loving relieving everything that I’ve experienced! It’s like walking down a really fresh memory lane. So if you haven’t read the other parts, you can find part 1, part 2, and part 3 before coming back. Don’t worry, I’ll wait.
It’s been a few weeks since I got back from my honeymoon, and to be honest, I’m still high from it. It has been nothing short of amazing and who better to be there with than my incredible, now dubbed #instahubby!
Coming back to reality after a holiday has always been bad but man…….. after an incredible few weeks plus the jet lag, it’s pure torture. With a 15 days itinerary, I will be cutting the entire journey into several parts (which I realised has become quite a tradition with my travel posts).
After the smooth sailing wedding, read all about it here, we spent the month before our honeymoon being busy bees, clearing as much of our work, as well as doing last minute shopping and booking of activities. The trip cannot come sooner. Before we knew it, we were at the airport saying goodbye to our families; excited about the adventure that awaits us.
First of all, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year guys! Thank you so much for the likes and support you guys have given to this blog, especially for the Israel posts. So, without further ado, here is the fourth installment.
If you haven’t read the first installment, you can find it here.
Day 3 – Mount Arbel
First stop of the day brought us to this gorgeous place with mesmerizing views, Mount Arbel. This is probably one of the most beautiful places I have had the pleasure to be in. The panoramic views over to the Sea of Galilee is surreal and it will be no wonder if Jesus actually spent time up here to pray.