For honeymoon travel that may be changed or delayed, the full value of your gift will still be used by

Steve Sims & Elizabeth Scott

Steve & Elizabeth

August 23, 2008

For honeymoon travel that may be changed or delayed, the full value of your gift will still be used by Steve & Elizabeth.

Steve Sims & Elizabeth Scott

Steve & Elizabeth

August 23, 2008

Hello, friends and family, and thank you for visiting our travel registry!

Steve and I chose to use a travel registry upon the realization that we live in a shoe box- sized apartment in Boston, and all the wonderful gifts we would receive would end up in boxes in my parents' basement (my parents are likely pleased with this decision also). In addition, my grad school tuition has not left us with much expendable cash (we keep chanting, "it will pay off... it will pay off..."). In the end, we felt that your generosity would not be wasted on a honeymoon that we may not have been able to take otherwise and will remember for a lifetime.

Thank you, and see you at wedding!
Love, Steve and Liz

We're going to Curacao!

Steve and I have been debating where to go for our honeymoon for months... I (being the sentimental one) wanted to go somewhere that neither of us had been, and Steve, spoiling all my fun, has been almost everywhere with his sailing career.
We also had problems scheduling a trip, since I have limited time off from school. As it turns out, we must wait until December, so we opted to choose somewhere warm and tropical.

After much research, we settled on Curacao, the largest of the Netherlands Antilles. It is a Carribean island that boasts 18 beaches (on which I look forward to lounging), tons of water sports (including scuba diving, which Steve shall love), a rich history, and of course, the Curacao Liqueur Distillary. There is also a lot of tax free shopping, so if you help send us there, we promise to bring back lots of goodies!

Mainly, Steve and I want to go somewhere off the beaten path, where we can relax and enjoy each other's company, sans school work and work-work, and all other things less pleasant than a tropical island. We thank you for considering a contribution towards our trip, and shall reward you with lots of pictures which we will post after our trip.

Thanks for sharing our day, and for making our trip possible!

Our Registry

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  • $50-$100
  • $100+
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The flights from Boston to Curacao
$10000
10/16
$100
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Our room at the Curacao Marriot, complete with swim up bar and private beaches.
$10000
8/12
$100
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Perhaps a couple of Margaritas at the swim up pool bar.
$2000
5/6
$100
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A snorkel (for her) and a scuba (for him) excursion over the amazing reefs just offshore.
Gift Fulfilled
A trail ride around the island.
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Guided Kayak tour... We will take in the best snorkelling spots and visit five unspoiled beaches, stopping for a cool drink, some fruit and a refreshing swim.
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Rent a sail boat for a sunset ride.
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We'll get a bit of history at Fort Nassau while enjoying fine food on the terrace at sunset, with a hilltop view overlooking the island.
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Lunch at Jaanchies, where we can experience the local cuisine (i.e. where Steve can try iguana soup while I watch with mild distaste)
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The Hook's Hut is the best kept secret in Curacao, apparently, and is within walking distance from our hotel.
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A few other meals to get us through.
$1500
10/10
$100
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His and Hers massages
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For $150 per person, we can frolic with the dolphins.
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A general trip contribution if you can't decide where else to contribute =)
$5000
5/5
$100
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$000
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