We took a 15,544-mile hound trip
Honeymooners fly to Bali for dream hol but they’re turned back as dog chewed passport
“We got married last year and planned our honeymoon for our first anniversary. We’d booked an elephant safari, a villa and pool. It was going to be so special.”
The couple, who left their two-yearold son Jacob at home with family, passed through Singapore with no problems but on landing in Bali they were denied entry. They were then put on a flight back to Singapore, where Daniel said he was made to feel like a criminal in a locked room with around 30 others.
He said: “I was shaking and throwing up. It was a horrendous experience.”
Hospital receptionist Tia said it was “really scary” being separated from Daniel and ran up a £216 phone bill ringing relatives. She added: “When we landed back at Heathrow, an air hostess looked at the passport and said, ‘Is this what all the fuss was about?’”
The couple lost all but £600 of the trip cost. Relatives started crowdfunding at gofundme.com/h672q-honeymoon-help.
DOGHOUSE Tia and Daniel with sheepish looking Milo
TIGHT CORNER Puppy’s damage