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Belize Honeymoon Vacation Essay#7

8 March 2010 No Comment

Belize Honeymoon Vacation

My name is Edward, my wife (Linda) and I are both forty five years of age, we were married on October 30, 1983 and have been married for twenty-seven years, and going.  We have two wonderful children; a son of 27years and an daughter of 19years.  As you can see we as many other couples have jumped the gun and when that happens life can get very complicated, especially for a young couple.  We have struggled sacrifice and made this little family thrive.  We’ve taken trips as a family but Linda and I missed that honeymoon trip where all can be lost and finding that special moment, those intimate moments is a sensational feeling,  that you and your mate could and should only experience can be priceless.  I work for a Museum in Midland, Texas for seventeen years, about five years ago I hired a gentleman to be my assistant he is from Gales Point Belize.  We have talked about the beauty, culture, the wonders of his country.  It sounds like paradise to me; a place where one would like to be, alone with your soul mate.  Today I wanted some information about Belize and found this sweepstake for a honeymoon trip, after looking at the web site and the contest I found myself entering this contest.  I enter this contest because of all the information I have collected and seeing the Chaa Creek Lodge and what they done to make paradise into heaven seem unreal.  If I had the means this would be the place I would bring my wife.


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