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3 Romantic Places Visited by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Britain's Prince Harry poses with Meghan Markle in the Sunken Garden of Kensington Palace, London, Britain, November 27, 2017. Harry and Markle, who is a divorcee, met in July 2016 after they were introduced through a friend who set them up on a blind date. But it was not until September that they made their first public appearance together at the Invictus Games in Toronto, a sports event for wounded veterans. REUTERS/Toby Melville
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3 Romantic Places Visited by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

TEMPO.CO, Jakarta - Britain’s Prince Harry and US actress Meghan Markle announced on Monday they were getting married in spring next year. Since they were in a relationship in 2016, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle has gone on trips to several romantic locations in the world. The followings are three locations visited by the newly-engaged couple. 1. Logvik, Norwegia

After announcing that they have begun dating last year, the couple went to Norway in January 2017 and stayed at Logvik, a remote town of Tromso on the Norwegian fjords. The hotel that boasts exotic scenery costs US$405 per night. The area is popular among those who wish to watch Aurora Borealis. The location is surrounded by mountain views, savanna, and forests.

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2. Montego Bay, Jamaica

The couple flew to Montego Bay in Jamaica to attend Prince Harry’s best friend Tom Inskip. They stayed at Round Hill Hotel and Villas that feature luxurious villas, beach views, and spa situated among tropical hillsides.

Jamaika is well-known for its clean beaches. Tourists can enjoy watching colorful fish, coral reefs, and turtles at the depth of six meters.

3. Delta Okavango, Botswana

In the summer, Prince Harry and Markle were off to Botswana in the southern part of Africa to celebrate Markle’s 36th birthday. They visited UNESCO world heritage site Delta Okavango that houses various wild animals and boasts natural panorama surrounded by canyons.

Botswana was named as the best place to visit in 2016, based on the recommendation stated by travel guide Lonely Planet. Africa is well-known for its rare combination of desert and delta, as well as vast nature. 


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