Congratulations to Priscilla and Noah who were married last month at Curtain Bluff in Antigua. If you’re reading the blog to get ideas of where to go for a honeymoon, or even a venue to get married at I can highly recommend it. At first when you look at the price of a room per night you’ll probably get sticker shock but when you consider that it’s all inclusive, all of the sudden it doesn’t seem so bad. When I say all inclusive that means breakfast, lunch and dinner plus afternoon tea, and their chef is absolutely fantastic. A number of activities are included as well. If you want to go waterskiing just walk down to the beach house and let them know and they’ll take you out. There’s Hobie Cats (catamarans) available for sailing as well as sit on top kayaks. The dive boat leaves twice a day to take guests out snorkeling near one of the coral reefs or you can just go snorkeling right of their beach if you’d like (I saw a spotted eagle ray right off the beach, it was absolutely amazing). You can bring your mask, snorkel and fins if you want but you don’t need to as they have everything there. If you’re a certified SCUBA diver they also have dive trips. There’s live music every night and on Tuesdays there’s cooking classes with their world class chef.

The wedding dress came from Priscilla of Boston. A perfect match!

If you go, you need to try the Chocolate Molten Lava Cake. Trust me on this. Heck, I could justify going back specifically for the chocolate molten lava cake. It’s nothing short of amazing!