Do you know the origin of the word “honeymoon?” In days gone by, newlyweds drank honey wine for one whole “moon cycle” after their wedding to promote fertility and prosperity. Romantic, huh?
If you’re planning a wedding or a honeymoon on Kauai, check out this Hawaiian cottage at Anini Beach on the north shore. It’s on nine secluded acres – totally private – with a path to the beach. It has a large outdoor spa, a queen bed with 600 thread count linens, plus mountain and river views.
And if you’re in the mood to sip some honey wine, Nani Moon, the only “meadery” in Hawaii, is located in Kapaa. Crafted with Hawaiian honey and tropical fruits, I hear this nectar is “best enjoyed under moonlight.” Let me know 🙂