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Honeymoon in paradise

by Shaina Nova

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Cancun in Paradise.
By: Shaina Buckner
On October 29th,2022 I married a man. His name was Kyle Buckner. We had been together for over 2 years and we finally decided to tie the knot.
After our wedding we waited a few months to go on our honeymoon. But finally the time came! We packed our bags and went to the airport. The plane ride was about 4 hours long.
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When we arrived in Cancun, a charter bus took us to our resort. It was an all inclusive resort! The staff was so kind and made us feel welcome from the start. They even decorated our room with rose petals since we were celebrating our honeymoon!
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On our second day in Cancun, we went to a park called Xcaret. It was calm, hot, sunny and beautiful day. You could hear the water crashing into the waves, smell the salty air, feel how happy everyone was to simply be there.
On the second day, we got the opportunity to swim with dolphins. Personally, dolphins are my favorite! My husband knew how much I liked them and decided we could swim with them. It was so much fun getting to swim and play with dolphins.
We also got the opportunity to ride ATV's! It was a great time. We got to run through mud, drive as fast as we can throughout the jungles of Mexico. At one point we almost tipped over.
During one of our excursions, we got to zipline. The first one was scary but the next 6 were super easy. It was definitely a workout but me and my husband had a blast!
On our last day of excursions, we got the opportunity to swim in an underwater cave. There were bats hanging from the ceiling which was so cool to see! There were fish swimming in the water and we could touch them. It was freezing water, but we had a great time being in a cave surrounded by bats and fish.
Me and my husband got to walk around while enjoying tacos and drinking margaritas the rest of the trip. It was a fun and relaxing honeymoon. We made a ton of memories that we will both cherish for the rest of our lives.
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