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Zoe and Nick Aust, two freshly married young people, have made marriage an opportunity to do what they love to do in life: traveling. So, after saving two years, they started traveling around the world, having a total of 33 stopovers in 10 months.
Zoe and Nick were in the same high school as each other, but by that time the spark between them had not exploded yet. They then met again after a few years and began to meet each other by discovering a great passion in common: traveling.
Shortly after, Zoe accompanied Nick on a secret trip for him: the couple went to Iceland, then to France, and it’s here, under the Eiffel Tower, that Nick offered the ring to his future wife.
Santorini – Greece
Nick and Zoe were married in December 2017 and began their long journey in 2018. Both took advantage of the work situation that came their way: Nick’s business had just been sold, while Zoe had just quit her job.
Agra – India
For the trip, they started saving money two years before: the steps they chose were part of their two wish lists, while others were very cheap destinations they had never thought of.
Nick and Zoe traveled everywhere: they visited Europe, the United States, Japan and even more distant places.
Lauterbrunnen – Switzerland
Zoe had an even more extravagant idea for her crazy honeymoon: the day before she left, she decided to pack her wedding dress. The idea was to take him every step of the way to take a souvenir photo.
Many would have preferred to keep the dress in a closet, but Zoe decided to live it not only the fateful day but also during the 10 months of the trip.
Burg Eltz Castle – Germany
“We do not want to give the idea of a perfect couple traveling,” says Zoe about the Instagram honeymoon profile: “Everyone decides what he wants to show in his life,” she says. , suggesting that beyond the goal, there is a normal couple who faces all the fears of marriage and the imperfections of a relationship.
Rome – Italy
Ubud – Bali
Barcelona – Spain
After all these places visited, it is difficult to say which was the most beautiful. Only Nick has a clear idea: no doubt, Japan.
Desert of Judea – Israel
T-Rex Bay – Indonesia
At the end of the trip, there were some pearls missing in the wedding dress and she was certainly not as white as the day of the wedding, “but now she is full of memories, ” says Zoe.
Monte Everest, Nepal
United Arab Emirates
What will they do now that their honeymoon is over? Simple, they will continue to travel!