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Your ultimate travel guide around Ortigas
Written by Javier Asuncion
July 23, 2018
It’s a given fact that weddings are expensive. The average Filipino wedding can cost anywhere from Php 250,000 to Php 975,000, and that financial worry does not even include the added pressure and stress of planning the actual day.
Engaged couples already have a herculean task of planning the wedding, canvassing and paying vendors, managing and reconciling guest lists, and a lot more while working under budget constraints.
Besides the big day, the honeymoon is also an important first part of marriage that spouses-to-be have to discuss. Do you want to visit another country? Maybe go on an out-of-town trip? Whatever you agree on, there is no denying that planning a honeymoon can also burn a hole in your pocket.
This is where “mini-moon” comes in.
Mini-moons are post-wedding romantic getaways which are often less expensive and within driving distance or a short flight from your home. It’s the perfect alternative for those looking to spend quality time together but are not yet prepared to shell out for an extravagant honeymoon. But spending less does not mean doing less. With a mini-moon, you and your partner can enjoy a road trip, cuddle under the covers, take long walks or go on adventurous food trips around the city.
If you’re worried that it might be too short or too anticlimactic, a mini-moon can be a memorable prelude to the bigger, more intimate honeymoon in the future. After all, there’s no such thing as too many romantic vacations together!
Who says mini-moons are for newlyweds only? Book a staycation with us just because! There’s always a reason to celebrate love and marriage.
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Javier Asuncion is the Digital Media Specialist for Astoria Hotel and Resorts. He is secretly a background NPC of someone else's more interesting life. His backstory can be summarily told in memes, witty puns, and bad jokes (and most probably D&D references if only he knew how to play.)
Written by Javier Asuncion | July 23, 2018