It’s not exactly news that people get more comfortable around the beach in warmer weather, but that feeling of freedom is rarely felt in warmer conditions.
It was that feeling that caused a woman to head to a beach in Queensland for a honeymoon, and she’s now had to make up for lost time with a trip to the movies.
“I thought it would be really nice to go for a bit of a honeybee walk around the corner,” Ms Zebo told the ABC.
“I was a bit concerned about the bees and they were coming down the beach all night, but it was quite relaxing, so I decided to do it.”
Ms Zebos family have been using the beach for generations and the honeymoon was no different.
The family moved from Queensland when they were a small group of refugees and she has always wanted to see the area.
“When I was little I would go to the beach and there were no barriers and no cars,” Ms Pemberton said.
“It’s a beautiful place and the people are very nice and friendly.”
It’s really nice for you to get out and enjoy the sunshine.
“Ms Pembertons honeymoon has been more of a social experience, with the family getting to see a number of celebrities in the town.”
The last time we were there was when we had an engagement party and people were dancing and going around the town,” Ms Viscariello said.”
But this time we just went down and had a couple of drinks and then it was just me and my mum and dad.
“The family is enjoying their honeymoon as a chance to meet and interact with locals, but they have to get back to work after the break.”
We’ve just got to get our jobs done and we’ve got to work on our home and we have to keep our house clean,” Ms Dallap said.
Ms Zecorello said she was pleased to have had such a warm welcome from the locals.”
You have to think about it as being back home with family,” she said.
For the family, it was a trip that will always be remembered.
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