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People usually hope for peace, quiet, relaxation and happiness on their honeymoon. Somewhere beautiful and picturesque - think the Maldives, Bali or Hawaii.
But for Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher that 'ideal' couldn't be further from the truth as the pair compared their first newlywed trip as a 'real life National Lampoon movie'.
In an interview with Jimmy Fallon on the Tonight Show, the 34-year-old said they both exclaimed 'I quit' following a series of blunders three years ago.
It didn't get off to a flying start when Mila bought her hubby an RV that was meant for his birthday. But the 40-year-old actor had bigger plans than a two day weekend trip.
He decided that himself and Mila, along with his parents and their daughter, Wyatt, would go on their honeymoon in it.
Mila said she bought a 'little tin can on wheels' and as they neared Los Angeles, the RV's air-conditioning broke down in '110 degree weather'.
And if you think that's bad enough, Mila continued: "We almost died on the side of the road when Apple Maps took us on a road... it wasn't a road.
"It was a fire road on the side of a mountain. We all had to jump out of the vehicle and walk for like three miles while my father-in-law drove the van.
"Ashton navigated him over gigantic boulders because there had just been a massive flood."
Anyone else picturing something a little similar to this?
Things weren't over for the Kutcher-clan because Mila went on to explain that Ashton's mum used outdated travel books to find them RV parks near Napa Valley.
Surely nothing good comes from a travel book? Not when we have an entire Google universe at our finger tips.
Kunis said: "I'm not going to recommend any places we stayed. She was like 'we will end in Napa, it will be beautiful,' and I was like 'you know what, what could go wrong?' Let me tell you.
"An RV park, not in Napa but an hour outside of Napa, with two prisons. That is where our RV trip ended.
"My husband looks at me and goes, 'I quit,' and I was like, 'Me too'."
The family quickly drove home, probably hoping they would never have to talk about it again - but at least they can laugh about it now.
And anyone worrying about their marriage, don't, because Mila ended her tale by saying: "That was our honeymoon and three years later we really like each other".
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