Winners Revealed for Wanderable’s 2018 Honeymoon Story Contest

WB honeymoon story winners Winners Revealed for Wanderables 2018 Honeymoon Story Contest

Congratulations to Claudia and Mitch, winners of the 2018 Wanderable Honeymoon Story Contest! The newlyweds, who recently traveled to Peru, Bolivia, and Colombia for their getaway, have won $500 towards a first anniversary trip.

We’d like to say thanks to all the newlyweds who shared their incredible honeymoon stories! Stay tuned to Wanderable’s Honeymoon Blog and our Instagram page (@wanderable) as we’ll reveal the Top 5 finalists in the coming weeks.

Meanwhile, read below for a few highlights from their honeymoon story along with a link to their honeymoon registry.

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“Sometimes you just have to drop everything and go, and what better time to go than when you’re young and in love? Claudia and I were married on December 29th, 2017, and, thanks to Wanderable and our closest friends and family, we embarked on a two-month, three-country honeymoon on January 2nd.

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Wanderable’s Favorite Local Flavors

One of our favorite parts of traveling is eating the local cuisine, and from what we can tell most Wanderable users agree. Food can inspire travel (we have a friend who went on a 10 week trip to Asia after reading an article in the New York Times about Malaysian cuisine), can help us better understand a culture, and can remind us of places we’ve visited. Here are some of our favorite dishes from some of our favorite places to travel.

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Gallo Pinto, Costa Rica.  This Costa Rican mix of rice and beans is a breakfast mainstay in the land of pura vida. We love it most with salsa Linzano, a side of sweet plantains and a bit of natilla (sour cream).

Frites, Belgium. According to some Belgium is the real home of pommes frites or french fries.  We don’t mind where they’re from, as long as we have an excuse to eat them. Belgians eat their frites from paper cones with a side of mayonnaise.

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