STOCKHOLM - Swedish couple is receiving "the wedding test" unusual. Stefan and Erika Svanstrom, who always celebrate wedding anniversary with a honeymoon trip, having monster snow storm, a large tsunami, two earthquakes, floods, and hurricanes as they cruise from Germany, Bali, Australia, New Zealand, and Japan.
In Munich, the first Svanstrom couples find themselves trapped in a blizzard that blanketed Europe in December. Hoping to escape, they went to Cairns, Australia, where the hurricane disaster forced them to live in a camp with thousands of others who sought refuge.After the family arrived in Brisbane, the flood has put most of the city in water depth. Daily Mail wrote them earlier had "escaped" from the forest fires in Perth.
"We escaped death at the time," said Stefan the AP their time in Australia. "The trees were burning and large branches scattered in the streets." They also decided to step aside to the neighboring countries, New Zealand.
Shortly before the couple one child arrived in New Zealand, SR 6.3 quake struck. They think fast to departure to another country, Japan. But two days after they finally got to Tokyo, earthquake and tsunami occurred, triggered a nuclear crisis on the national electricity generation.
Erika told The Times of London that he did not think his trip will be an adventure of a lifetime would not be forgotten. All occurred during the honeymoon.
He remembered their honeymoon in 2004. Upon arrival in Bali, they were greeted by a tornado.Shifted to Thailand, they are almost hit by a tsunami caused massive earthquake that struck Aceh.
"Is our destiny is always dealing with natural disasters?" said Erika, who was a career in the Swedish Parliament. "But at least we were unlucky in love."
The couple said they had been inundated with media requests for interviews from around the world. A few days ahead, they will fly to New York to appear on Good Morning America. They have also been offered money by Ving Swedish travel company to travel to Aruba, the famous natural disaster free.