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Posted By: kimical

Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/22/04 06:06 PM

My fiance and I will be in Belize from May 2nd through the 13th and are getting married at Ramon's on May 6th. We are trying to decide what time of day to get married and also, where to go to dinner that evening. Any suggestions? Thanks!!
Posted By: Redheada

Re: Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/22/04 06:11 PM

Dinner at Capricorn for sure!

Congrats on your wedding! We will be staying at Captain Morgans that week. smile
Posted By: kimical

Re: Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/22/04 06:16 PM

I've heard a lot about Capricorn's and just wanted to make sure--it sounds great! This will be our first time and we are getting really excited. Any other suggestions you have would be great. My fiance can't wait to go fishing.
Posted By: goody2shuz

Re: Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/22/04 06:23 PM

Just beware of two things...uninvited guests who may show up half trashed looking for a date (won't mention any names here) and most importantly, don't do it on a Wednesday, we made the mistake of drivng all the way up to find out that's the day they're closed!!! Heard from many that the food is excellent...and you can't go wrong with the recommendations from here...they won't steer you wrong wink Good Luck, and may you have as wonderful a time as we did...and many years of love & happiness....Goody
Posted By: kimical

Re: Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/22/04 06:27 PM

Thank you very much! It's just the two of us coming down for our wedding so maybe an unvited guest might not be too bad :)We are getting married Thursday afternoon so all should be good for Capricorn's. By chance have you done a sunset catamaran cruise up the coast? We are looking at Unity Tours to take us up to Capricorn's but aren't quite sure yet?
Posted By: goody2shuz

Re: Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/22/04 06:30 PM

No...we didn't, having the kids along & all, but it sounds great and I'm sure within a few minutes and certainly sometime today, you'll hear from somebody who has wink ...Goody
Posted By: Kathy F.

Re: Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/22/04 07:03 PM

My daughter got married on A/C last September. She wanted to get married at sunrise, but switched it to sunset. Out of the week we were there we only had one clear sunrise -- cloudy and some rain other mornings. The day of the wedding rained for a couple of hours in the morning, but cleared off and was just beautiful for the wedding.

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Congratulations and have a great time on A/C
Posted By: Kathy F.

Re: Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/22/04 07:15 PM

o.k. Going to try this again and see if I can get a larger picture.

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Didn't work. When I tried to use the larger picture I got the dreaded red x. Maybe that has been part of bnb's problem -- the pictures are too large.

Anyway kimical if you would like to see some pictures taken on the beach at sunset you can go to


http://community.webshots.com/user/kathyferguson
Posted By: kimical

Re: Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/22/04 07:19 PM

These are great--thank you for sharing! I have heard that the sun sets fairly early in the evening so we are thinking of getting married about 4:00 and then taking a Catamaran Sunset Cruise to Capricorn's for dinner. Hopefully all will go smoothly and be very relaxing. Where did your daughter get married? It is beautiful!
Posted By: Kathy F.

Re: Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/22/04 07:50 PM

She got married on the beach at Carribean Villas. It is a little south of Ramon's. A sunset cruise sounds great. Wish we had thought of that. We are trying to plan another trip to A/C for their anniversary -- maybe we can take a sunset cruise then!! Kathy
Posted By: kimical

Re: Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/22/04 10:05 PM

Do you happen to know if there was anything special they had to do upon their return to the U.S. as far as their marriage certificate, etc. so that all the paperwork was filed properly here? Or is it all taken care of once you are married there?
Posted By: Chloe

Re: Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/22/04 11:57 PM

If you live in the USA, call your local county clerk's office of records, they will tell you what paperwork you will need to record.

This can be very important, later in life, when you have to provide certified copies, to receive pensions, etc.
Posted By: Anonymous

Re: Wedding / Honeymoon Questions - 04/23/04 12:59 AM

Hi guys,
We have done several weddings in San Pedro. It will take a while to get your actual certificate in the mail. When you get that, you are all set. It is a legal document anywhere in the US or Canada, however I hear that some places in Europe question the documentation.
Congrads and have a great time in Belize!
Cheerz,
Vicki
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