Can there be more little beans called Freddie? It's just about the cutest name I've ever heard, and I think it suits him perfectly
Our honeymoon was the trip of a lifetime. These posts barely do our holiday justice, they can't really cover the conversations and laughter we shared, those memories are for us, but I'm so happy to share some of it here with you all.
OUR TRAVEL STATISTICS
Days away: 38
Kilometres traveled on planes: 35,149km
Kilometres traveled on trains: 2,078km
Kilometres traveled in a car: 3,203km (that's not even including all the km we traveled while trying to find things!)
Kilometres walked: 387.5km
Steps walked: 569,217
Steps climbed: 55,352
Let me start by saying that I don't know the first thing about monkeys - but this one looks pretty brand new to me.
I can't believe they let me get this close to them!
We gathered a crowd eventually, and they decided to move on to a quieter spot, which is when I glimpsed the umbilical cord (at least that's what I think it is) still attached to the little baby (definitely not a tail).
This was one of the most special moments of our entire honeymoon, and I feel pretty lucky to have stumbled across this special moment.
Love is love ♥
Location: Rock of Gibraltar
If you've witnessed or captured something similar or equally precious while on holiday, I'd love to hear about it!