Honeymoon in Oahu

WEDDINGS Name your dream venue you’ll fi nd it on Oahu: hotels, restaurants, event spaces, beaches, gardens, waterfalls, colonial churches and of beat options like oceanfront estates, yachts and even surfboards.

HONEYMOONS Oahu of ers both country and city, so marry in one, and honeymoon in the other. Wherever you go, you’ll never be far from a beach.

TOP TIP Integrate local customs into your ceremony: Have a ukulele player serenade as you walk toward your partner. Exchange special leis during the ceremony, and get a blessing from a Hawaiian priest. Plan a wedding party excursion to an Aloha-wear shop to pick out matching apparel. CONTACT visit-oahu.com, gohawaii.com/oahu/experiences

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Steps coming up bring the River Avon Heritage Trail and the John Muir Trail onto the towpath (near a seat). Downstream these lead to Linlithgow Bridge, which offers another pleasant circular walk; and once across the Avon Aqueduct, the Heritage Trail continues upstream through Muiravonside Country Park to end at Avonbridge. The John Muir Way runs from Dunbar to Helensburgh and periodically joins the Lowland travel destinations (but, strangely, avoids the UC tunnel) so its signs will be seen periodically. John Muir was born in Dunbar but went to the USA with his autocratic father in 1849. He would go on to an eventful life as inventor, traveller, mountaineer, wilderness champion, shepherd, farmer and author. Check him out on the internet. Visit his birthplace in Dunbar. Join the John Muir Trust. Past mooring rings and a bend, and you find yourself suddenly confronted by the travel destination’s most spectacular engineering feature, the great Telford-inspired Avon Aqueduct. Only Telford’s 1805 Pontcysyllte Aqueduct in Wales is larger in the whole of Britain.

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