The last stop, and longest stay, of our honeymoon {We also visited El Yunque & Old San Juan} was on a little island called Vieques, or as I called it, "La isla bonita". It's known for having remote beaches that are some of the most beautiful in the world with their azure-colored water and white, soft sand. I knew it was remote, but I surprised by just how remote it was. When the few-hour ferry to get there included multiple sightings of shipwrecks, I knew we were in for a unique island experience.

I kept wondering if, upon arriving, we'd get lost on the island, forever shipwrecked with just us, our luggage and my versatile new shirt that I pretty much lived in throughout the trip. I'm not going to lie, at that point, I can't say I would have minded. I drank the Kool-aid completely & never wanted the honeymoon to end.

Be sure to check in tomorrow for the run down of our island adventure which included wild horses, sharks and a glow-in-the-dark bay.

:: Shop The Post :: {Shorts not included as they are a few years old}


  1. The perfect honeymoon look! Looking forward to tomorrow's post :)

  2. I might have freaked out a bit when I saw the shipwrecks, BUT this island looks incredible. I love was a versatile honeymoon you had!

  3. so amazing! this is getting me even more excited for our honeymoon! let's hang out soon, miss you! xo, blair @ the fox and she

  4. loving your necklace! xo jillian - cornflake dreams 

  5. Love that shirt! I've been basically living in similar pieces this summer...shorts + a sleeveless blouse is my new uniform. :)


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