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Best honeymoon bungalow/cottage on the beach???

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My fiance and I will be heading on our honeymoon this October/November. I've been searching for about 2 months and haven't found what I want for less than $5000 for the two of us for a week. We don't really care where we go, but just focused our search on the Caribbean because we live in Texas and it would be a quick trip! Instinctively, we were first drawn to the south pacific (fiji, tahiti, cook islands, etc), but this has proved to be very difficult for less than $5000. The search then moved its focus to the Caribbean.

What we are looking for is some type of hut/bungalow/cottage on the beach or over the water. We don't want to be in a high rise hotel. A little updated local flare on the inside would be nice. Hopefully there will be a restaurant/bar at the resort but not necessarily all inclusive. We would like to explore whatever island we are on a bit. We are both suckers for a gorgeous beach, but my fiance gets bored easily so we couldn't spend all day lying out in the sun. We are both very active and would hope that we have easy access to activities nearby!

I feel like I'm searching for a diamond in the rough but hope some of you travel gurus will have just the spot!

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