London, August 9: A UK couple have been travelling the world since last summer and celebrating their love for each other by having 22 wedding ceremonies in different countries, and they still have eight more to go.
Alex Pelling and Lisa Grant from East Yorkshire say they are now more in love than ever.
So far they have been hitched among dolphins in Hawaii, dressed as vampires in LA, on an island in Honduras, in a crayfish-riddled lake in Michigan, in a vineyard in Quebec, on the beach in Mexico, on horseback in Banff and in 15 other locations around Central, South and North America.
They have known each other for 11 years and been dating for six.
"The idea came as we looked for a place to get married before we left our lives behind to travel around the world for two years," the Daily Mail quoted them as saying.
"The wedding opportunities offered to us in the UK did not suit what we wanted, so we decided to look for the perfect place to wed while we travelled.
"After a glass of wine or two the idea grew, and we made a decision to have a small ceremony in every country we visited, with the local cultures and traditions in mind.
"At the end of our trip (which we have just extended to three years) we will choose our favourite place to officially "tie the knot"!" they said.
Ever since their first wedding in Manchester, the couple have kept an online blog about the travels, and professional photographers have helped document the trip.
Anyone who wishes to attend one of their ceremonies can request an invitation on their blog.
To fund the trip they sold both the car repair shop Alex owned and their home. Sticking to a strict weekly budget they have been travelling and living in their 25-year-old Dodge campervan, called Peggy, which has cut out any costs for accommodation. (ANI)