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Honeymoon - Conversation before Honeymoon

These sentences are used when talking to a friend before the honeymoon

"So where are you going for your honeymoon?"
"How long is your honeymoon going to be?"
"What are you guys going to do there?"
"When are you leaving for your honeymoon?"
"How are you guys going to the airport?"
"Do you have everything planned out already?"

Answers

"We decided to go to Hawaii."
"We're going to the Greek Islands."
"We are going to be there for a week."
"We're going for 10 days."
"Mostly to relax.  The wedding took a lot out of me so I just want to vege out."

'Vege out' means to be a vegetable.  That means not using the head at all.  When you say this, you are saying you don't want to do anything except relax.  Another common way to use this is to say, "I'm vege-ing out in front of the TV."  That means you are watching TV not thinking about anything.

"We're going the day after the wedding."
"We're leaving right after the wedding."
"We're going to the airport after the reception."
"We're not going on our honeymoon until August.  My husband needs to finish a project before taking an extended time off."
"We're going to go in September because I need to finish summer school first."
"My parents are going to take us to the airport."
"John agreed to drive us to the airport."

"I think we have everything planned out.  I'm not missing anything am I?"
"We didn't do much planning.  I just got the plane tickets and booked a room at the hotel.  Besides that, we are just going to wing it."

'Wing it' means to play it by ear.  Or in other words, do things without planning or do things as they come along.

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