Anne Curtis is definitely enjoying her "long leave" with husband Erwan Heussaff in Africa.
In one of her posts, she said that this trip would be their "long-overdue" honeymoon.
The couple flew out of the country on October 29, and will be celebrating their first wedding anniversary in the second largest continent on November 12.
Anne has posted some of their photos, and her most liked post so far was a swimsuit shot taken at Somalisa Acacia, a luxurious tented camp with its own waterhole in Zimbabwe's elephant-rich Hwange National Park.
At press time, it has generated 678,195 likes, and we can see why—the Kapamilya star was pure hotness in her one-piece bather courtesy of her sister-in-law Solenn Heussaff.
In her caption, she thanked Sos, Solenn's nickname.
"Thanks for the honeymoon gift..."
Anne added, "The elephants seem to like it, too."
Solenn commented, "So perfect with background!!!! Thank you!!"
Iya Villania threw in, "Wooow!!!"
Angelika Dela Cruz, another Kapuso actress, remarked, "Ganda [clapping hands emoji]."
Meanwhile, Anne's mom Carmen had another concern, "May elephants while you swimming ohh nooo"
The post currently has 2,331 comments.
Part of Anne's anniversary gift from Erwan was, "He fostered a little orphaned elephant in my name..."
She elaborated, "Her name is Enkesha. Born a day after my birthday. She had to be taken in because of a horrible wire snare that was wrapped around her little trunk. It now has a little hole in it because when she was much smaller she somehow was able to take the stitches out. Kulit. She’s sooo cute when she sleeps though. She puts her little trunk up on that blanket behind her and just lets it rest there."
The couple visited her yesterday, November 10, at The David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust.
She asked her followers, "If ever you visit Kenya, a visit to @dswt is a must. There are so many little elephant calf’s that have been rescued and you get to learn about all their stories—where they were found and why they had to be saved..."
Here are the couple's breathtaking photos:
Lovely sunset at Mana Pools National Park, a UNESCO world heritage site.
At Nairobi, Kenya, where, according to Anne, they "got to spend time with some orphaned elephants, rhinos and giraffes..."
Erwan captioned, "My wife let me kiss my chosen tall, slim and long legged hall pass in Africa," at Girrafe Centre Naroibi.
Anne found "Simba & Nala all grown up."