While we could undoubtedly all do well to take the time to unplug—really unplug—for a few days/weeks every once in a while, a just-married couple are among those at the top of the list of people who could do well to ignore all things electronic for a while. Even if you try to plan a relaxed wedding, putting it together always comes with stress—and these days, a lot of calls, texts, emails, Pins, pictures, Facebook posts, iPad browsing, Excel docs, iCal appointments, calculators, wedding websites, online registries and … well, we know you know what we’re talking about. Excessive tech use, to say the least.
That’s why so many couples look to jet off to some secluded island for their honeymoon—or at the very least, a secluded resort. That’s why we’re all over this roundup from ABC News of “low-teach retreats”—from places that don’t even have TVs in the rooms to ones perched high in a hillside where you couldn’t get service if you wanted to, they’ll force you and your new spouse to put away that iPhone and unplug.
Are you and your groom planning to go on an unplugged honeymoon? Where to?