This past March, Michael and I went to the South Pacific Islands of Vanuatu because I "had" to leave the country. Yep, I "had" to leave the country by requirement of the Australian Government. Currently I only have a tourist visa which means exiting the country every 3 months. It is great to take these vacations but it gets expensive when I am not allowed to legally work.
But to get back to the vacation, we had a wonderful time. It was exciting to say the least. Some of the highlights include: tropical low pressure system that caused a tree to come nearly crashing onto our bungalow, visiting cultural villages to experience the native lifestyle, abseiling down a 100 foot waterfall, threat of a tsunami to hit our island after the Japan earthquake and best of all, the horseback riding excursion to a secluded waterfall where Michael proposed.
|Michael is such a cutey!|
|But not as cute as me!|
|Incredible blue water.|
|Our cultural village experience.|
|Our first pic as an engaged couple.|
|The waterfall that we sat under where Michael proposed.|
|Our romantic balcony dinner on our last night there.|