At AirGorilla we try to provide you an easy to use travel booking system and great flight schedules at good prices. But my oh my, listen to the story of this young newlywed couple (no, they did not book on AirGorilla). They had the honeymoon from hell, perhaps you might say. Stefan and Erika Svanstrom of Stockholm got married in November 2010. During their first flight, heading to Munich, a blizzard dubbed the "storm of the century" hit Germany, stranding the young couple at the airport. When they finally arrived in Bali, torrential monsoon rains greeted them. In January they moved on to Perth, Australia. The area was struck by tremendous bush fires after they landed. So they headed to Cairns, only to endure the wrath of Cyclone Yasi, one of the worst cyclones (hurricanes) to ever hit queensland state. They were evacuated into a shopping center, where they had to shelter with 2,500 other storm victims on a concrete floor for 24 hours. When they came to Brisbane, down the coast, there was the worst flooding in city history. Then they flew to Christchurch, New Zealand, just hours after much of the city was leveled by a large earthquake. "The whole town was like a war zone," reported Mrs. Svanstrom. Later, they landed in Japan (they had scheduled quite an itinerary, evidently). But the Asian tsunami and nuclear disaster then hit Japan just two days later while they were in the country. They saw roof tiles fly off buildings. At least at their final travel destination in China, their experience was trouble-free. One might guess that if they made it through all this drama, they are due for a long and successful marriage. We wish them good luck along the way. (Source: F. Times issue 277, page 11, August 2011).