Farida and Isa met while working for the same organization. A work colleague made the initial introductions and a few months later the couple found the right opportunity to get to know each other better.
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Lamu lies just south of the equator tucked among the Kenyas' lush tropical coast. This tranquil town was founded in the 14th century making it Kenya's oldest town as well as the best preserved Swahili settlement in East Africa. Staying true to its origins there is no motorised transportation on the island, instead all carriage happens with the aid of donkeys or traditional Arabic dhows. Lamu has an intoxicating mix of Portuguese, Omani and Swahili cultures, if you're looking for an offbeat exotic honeymoon location look no further than Lamu.
Sharm el Sheikh offers a world of activities perfect for couples, including luxurious resorts, glass bottom boat rides, thrilling dives, camel trekking, vibrant night life and more!. This desert hotspot offers the perfect romantic, relaxing, sunny and, economical honeymoon location.
A very important decision faced by couples in their planning process is deciding for or against the need for a wedding planner. About 30% of couples in Nigeria willingly engage the services of professional planners while, the remaining 70% take the bold step of planning it all themselves usually with the help of friends and family
Vendors here's your chance to shine! we're compiling our Sugar guides to everything on Nigerian weddings, so we are looking for articles from all industry experts, proper credit will be given to all contributing vendors
Dear Mr. Sugar, I'm happily engaged to be married in a few months, but my friends and family aren't happy with my choice to get married so soon, the feel that we barely know each other and can't possibly be ready to get married. We've dated for about 4 months, and we're both a 100% sure we want to be married to each other so what's the problem?