About us…

We (Chris and Deanna) are in the process of planning and experiencing an extended, 3 month honeymoon (hence the 3xlongs in the title) across Mediteranean Europe. In 3 months we plan to visit France, Italy, Greece and Spain taking in all the good sites, well we what we think are the good sites, including Paris, Cannes, Champagne, Cote D’Azur, Cinque Terre, Lombardi, Tuscany, Rome, the Greek Isles (Santorini, Kalymnos and others). Some of our time will be spent getting to know the locals through WWOOFing (Willing Workers on Organic Farms), checking out the Slow Food Movement and much more. Come join us…


6 responses

30 03 2011

Good good good stuff. ahaha hence the 3 goods 🙂

1 04 2011

Whoo-ooh- my first comment!!! Yay!

26 04 2011
Barb & Geoff

good on ya enjoy your hoineymoon and come back safe

5 05 2011
John Paul Collins

Hi Deanna and Chris – all the best on your extended honeymoon! This blog is a great idea and I’m sure you’ll have fun, bye

6 05 2011
Geoff & Barb

Good Oh guys enjoy your bbq sat nite with friends, and we’ll see you both sun nite/late arvo & we will prob have takies – maybe fish n chips ??, and bring young Peds to Busso for his holiday/camping, etc. Have a little talk to him and say no diggin grandads garden or Marmies flower beds. Go the Eagles !!!!!

23 05 2011
Matt & Kelly

Hi Dee & Chris!!
We have been following ur posts and looks like you’ve been having an awesome time.
All is well back here…we had a surprise dinner party for Matt’s 35th on Sat.
Look forward to ur next post.
Have fun & take care
Lotsa Love
Kel & Matt ( Brody & Jye) xxxx

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