There was a A very unusual news in the middle of last week. Honeymooners survive 6 natural disasters.
After many delayed flights and trying to take care of their infant daughter, the family flew to Australia where they experienced the devastation of a huge cyclone Yasi in Cairns.
One day after a diving trip on the Great Barrier Reef, they had to spend 24 hours on the cement floor of a shopping centre with 2500 other people when the cyclone struck.
Their next stop was New Zealand – where their plane touched down just after the magnitude 6.3 earthquake that hit Christchurch on February 22.
The family then flew to Japan.
After two days of visiting temples and sightseeing, they sat in a McDonald’s in Tokyo for a late lunch.
“The trembling was horrible and we saw roof tiles fly off the buildings. It was like the buildings were swaying back and forth,” Mr Svanstrom said.
The Svanstroms returned to Stockholm on March 29 after a much calmer visit to their last destination, China.
Everyone has a memorable honeymoon, but everyone would agree that this must be quite an unforgettable one. It’s also said that people who go through the difficult times together bond very well. After all this, the Svanstroms must have a very strong bond.