Lisa and Travis
Welcome to our Wanderable page! Your presence at our wedding is the most meaningful gift you could give, but for those who prefer these alternative registries as an opportunity to contribute to the honeymoon activities, we have provided this option for you below.Cape Town, South Africa Atlantic City, New Jersey Bush, Louisiana Franschhoek, South Africa
Help us celebrate our arrival and toast to the start of our marriage.
Here's to a dinner of molecular intrigue! Electing this restaurant will send us to one of the "best restaurants in the world", known for its novel use of cooking and industrial techniques to make ...
The cooking of Southern Africa is sometimes called "rainbow cuisine", as the food in this region is a blend of many cultures – the indigenous African tribal societies, European and Asian. Instead ...
Ensure we avoid spending the first leg of our honeymoon in a South African jail on trumped-up DWI charges. Instead, send us on a horseback wine tour of the beautiful Franschhoek wine valley. Incl...
Do you know what kind of plant that is? We don't either. But there's no better way to learn about it than in person! Let your inner botanist shine through and expand our horticultural horizons.
"Luca Brasi sleeps with the fishes." And we'll be swimming with them too with your encouragement!
Know what goes great with birds? Monkeys. That's why Cape Town hosts the "World of Birds Wildlife Sanctuary & Monkey Park". Send us there!
Although regular meals are included on Safari, we've been instructed that when celebrating special occasions, Americans are encouraged to reserve a private dinner in the bush, far away from camp, "...
What better way to relax after a hard day of driving game than a couples' Swedish massage out in the wilderness? It's the perfect way to tenderize sore muscles. The website says it all: "Let you...
Your contribution goes toward actually getting us there! And if there's enough interest, we may even be able to upgrade to an exit row and fight DVT during our 20 hours of flying (each way)!
"Roads? Where we're going, we don't need roads." That's how we feel about maps. Unfortunately, Google Maps may not be there as back-up in Africa, so we're hoping there's a GPS in the car... (An...