funny wedding books novel amazon.com Wedding Chronicles Bob N. Boguslavski
Here's one early paperback reader's suggested preferred serving presentation as regards consuming Wedding Chronicles. One imagines it could work just as well with any other book. 


Repeat accompanying complementary "medicinal" beverage à volonté. As with all alco-pops, there's never a specific recommended serving size printed on the bottle. You figure that shit out yourself.

If one zooms in on the glass, it actually has "University of Toronto Medicine" emblazoned on there. How prescient of our reader, who knows what medicine be all about. 


The photo was taken somewhere in Canuckistan, well into scotch whisk(e)y o'clock time, on July 6, 2014.
 
Subject: Wedding Chronicles - Location Photos on PInterest
(Posted on Apr 20, 2014 at 10:18AM )
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Wedding Chronicles is a novel about some single guy's global wedding travels and humorous misadventures, plus a whole lot more.

There are no pictures as a formal part of the tale for each event in the book, but there are Pinterest boards to paint the international wedding backdrops. They feature the specific places, surrounding areas, actual venues and other cultural elements like the food and booze that formed a part of the trip.

There are boards for all thirteen weddings in this first instalment of the eventual trilogy. They visually dive into the exotic locations in the book, from Tenerife, Cancun, Santiago, Mustique, and Hawaii, to Amman, Barcelona, Iceland, and Singapore among them. Additional photos are being added continuously in drip fashion to fill the boards out even more.

Visit Bob's Pinterest page to check it all out, by clicking on the following icon...

Note that these aren't Bob's photos. He has only slapped them all together up there in a scrapbook / album fashion. When one isn't into photography and rarely takes photos, reliance is placed on others' photography talent to convey what is desired. Good thing there's no shortage of that out there on zee "Interweb."


Subject: Mustique #47 - The three spots
(Posted on Jan 11, 2014 at 10:58PM )
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All the action that day and evening back in February 2000 for Patty and Bruce's wedding revolved between the two villas, Yellow Bird and Flomarine, and Firefly, which was where the ceremony and initial mini-reception were held.

Yellow Bird was where "somebody" woke up poolside in the mornng at the opening of this chapter after a big night out.


Flomarine - Gin and tonic anyone?


Firefly - Awesome place to get married, no matter if you want to call it a guest house, a restaurant, or a bar, depending on your point of view. The ceremony took place in the garden by the pool.


Many other island shots are on this related Pinterest board Bob put together for this sun-drenched escape  Here's a great teaser video for Mustique to cap this all off. One is way better grabbing some sun and fun in late February for a tropical wedding than being somewhere like snowy, frigid Canuckistan in the dead of winter.




Subject: Iceland #71 - Búðir - Church and Hotel
(Posted on Jan 10, 2014 at 03:29PM )
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There are several spectacular photos capturing the breathtaking area in and around the church at different times of the year in that remote area on the Snæfellsnes peninsula of west Iceland where this wedding was held.

No matter how Bob tried to describe the church itself in words in the book, the outside and inside of which are shown nicely in these two photos.


The surrounding area is definitely best shown via imagery, so Bob didn't even bother to try that with words. More shots of the church, hotel, surrounding region (and indeed all across the country) can be found on this related Pinterest Board Bob put together for this chapter. 

The cozy and welcoming Hótel Búðir was where the follow-on reception was held ithat ran well into the early hours of the next day, and it was really just steps away from the church. After all the wedding merriment of that evening, the journey to bed was luckily even shorter than the stroll to church that afternoon.


Generally, this Nordic island nation of Iceland makes for a fantastic place to get away from it all, chill out, and take in the great outdoors on many fronts with various activities and adventures of your choice. You can get your urban comfort and entertaiment fix as needed in Reykjavik for a few days.