Di and Andrew
Many of you have traveled a long way to attend our wedding, so we really do not want gifts. We are thrilled to have you here. If you really insist on a present feel free to surprise us or we have some gift ideas below that we are excited about, mainly to do with our Honeymoon. Thank youUnited States Zanzibar Town, Tanzania Serengeti, Tanzania Rombo, Tanzania Kenya
We've heard the rooftop bars and restuarants in Stonetown, Zanzibar are incredible. Please help us enjoy some sunset drinks and a romantic dinner.
At the end of a tough safari day, we'll need some champagne. It might not be Cristal (pictured) but it will taste magnificent. We assume you can never have too much champagne on a honeymoon!
One of New York's best restaurants, we've always wanted to go to the Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare. We thought this would be a great way to stave off post-wedding/honeymoon blues! Brooklyn’s only t...
Often called the "greatest show on earth", each May, over 2.5 million wildebeest set out on a 3 month journey across Tanzania and Kenya in search of food. They must battle crocodile-infested river ...
Andrew is very keen to get a dramatic photo of Mt Kilimanjaro - Africa's highest peak at 5895 metres. Di wont allow us to climb it on our honeymoon but you can enable us to enlarge and frame a grea...
We'll be going on our honeymoon to Tanzania. We'd love to do a sunset safari drive in the Serengeti National Park- should be spectacular!
We plan to go into Kenya from Tanzania to the Amboseli National Park - famed for large numbers of elephants. Help us see them up close and personal. Maybe we'll see some of them getting it on?!
For Christmas with Paul Hudson in future years, we will need an outfit to trump his famed Kaftan. We'd love to buy an awesome Maasai Mara warrior outfit to put him in his place!
After the safari, Di will be desperate for a massage in Zanzibar. Help put a flower in her ear and some hot stones on her back!
We'd love to take a sightseeing flight over the lakes, mountains, plains and rivers of Northern Tanzania.
Stone Town in Zanzibar is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and built by the Omani Arabs in the early 17th Century. It is apparently a medina-like labyrinth of alleyways. We'll explore on foot and, when...