Funny thing about winter is that night time sounds seem to travel longer distances, I’m back home from a very sunny Mauritius, back to the freezing cold of Joburg. The soft snoring sounds of Ariella and Bear down the corridor, a rogue biker revving his engine somewhere towards Lanseria and the roaring of the lions at the Lion Park down the road. Early mornings, the least likely time to be finding me asleep. I’m usually writing, or trying to write blog posts anyway. Somehow it’s difficult to write about sunny endless white beaches and tropical cocktails when you’re bundled up, holding a cup of coffee in your hands to keep them warm.
I can tell you that I’ve been waiting for Kim and Bryan’s wedding for almost two years now, I knew it was going to be epic. Really amazing people to be around and just a lot of fun – although I’m pretty sure that half the time they didn’t understand my accent, and there was that incident where I started eating what I was told was jellied eel which tasted a little odd, and … well, after several explanations turned out to be jellyfish. Add firebreathers, a breath taking sky … and fireworks and sega dancers and an insane view … it was that kind of wedding.
I’m going to make this one a two parter (part II is here). Its cold, I can hear Ariella chatting to herself in the room next door and it’s time for another cup of coffee. There are loads more images from Kim and Bryan’s ultra romantic Mauritius beach wedding on our facebook page, if you know them or you were a guest, you’re welcome to tag yourself in or leave them a message.
Just want to add major props and congratulations to Vedna Essoo from Marry Go Round, who organized and coordinated everything. She really really rocked it.
There are loads more images from Kim and Bryan’s ultra romantic Mauritius beach wedding on our facebook page, if you know them or you were a guest, you’re welcome to tag yourself in or leave them a message.