Well it’s not quite wordless, but thought I’d pop in to show you my last sighting of England.
The sunset looked quite spectacular from our vantage point above the clouds.
After much travelling over the past six months, we’re now back home in South Africa. There were fishermen on our beach this evening, and there’s the city of Durban in the distance.
It’s good to be back home for a while.
Welcome back, my word, 6 months has just flown!
My mom used to say it’s a great feeling to pull out of your driveway on an adventure, and it feels just as good coming home. Welcome back!
Welcome home, how has your garden survived whilst you were away?
Our garden here is very small, and everything looks good, except our Hibiscus in pots which the gardeners must have forgotten to water recently. I think they’ll survive though. 🙂
Pleased to here the garden has survived. When you travel it is always a problem to maintain a garden
Back already? Welcome back. 🙂
Yes, it went very fast, Elizabeth. 😦
Beautiful sky shot @AD 🙂
Thanks so much.:)
It looks beautiful Sylvia but I can imagine how difficult it can be to resettle yourself after so long away…hope you get rested and up and around soon
It is difficult, Jo, but I’m getting settled back in again now.
Aahhhh … the friendly skies.
Beautiful shots from the sky Sylvia!
Thanks, Madhu. They turned out better than expected. 🙂
That is an amazing sunset!I made something similar today in tomorrow’s post I’ll publish the Keep a nice day
Thanks so much, Stefan. I look forward to your post tomorrow, as always. 🙂
Welcome back, AD! I love these photo’s of the skies – too beautiful for words…
Thanks so much, adee. Glad you enjoyed the pics from the plane. 🙂
So much beauty, far as the eye can see. Nice, ad. 🙂
Thanks, Gemma. 🙂
That is an amazing sunset AD 🙂
Yes it was really beautiful. I just had to snap it quick. 🙂
Thanks so much, LuAnn.
Love those sunsets and I’m sure it feels great to be home. Now…. to sleep. 🙂
Thanks, Cathy. I slept like a log last night. 🙂
Great! Welcome to this side of the world. 🙂
Welcome Home! Thank you for taking us along your travels,I enjoyed every post,
Thanks so much, matron. I enjoyed having you along too. 🙂
So wonderful for you to be back home it must feel quite nice Sylvia!
Yes, it is quite nice, Phil, but every time we come back here, it’s harder to adapt. 😕
The world is indeed a small place. Happy homecoming to you!
Thanks, Patricia. 🙂
Another adventure to keep in your pocket 🙂 Glad you made it home safely 😉
Thanks, Suzanne. 🙂
So glad you’re home safe now. Relax and enjoy! 😀
Thanks, Dianne. Not too much relaxing going on around here. After being away for six months, there’s a lot to do. 🙂
Glad to hear you’re home Sylvia. I’m looking forward to your posts now you’re back in South Africa. 🙂
Thanks, Adrian. 🙂
Welcome home. I love the view of Durban like that.
Thanks, Susan. 🙂
Welcome back AD!!!
Good to have you in the same time zone again for a bit 😉
Thanks. Just for a while. 🙂
I bet it is good to be able to settle in for a while, you’ve been dashing around so much!
Yes, it’s nice to be here for a while, but only until the end of July, then we’re off again. 🙂
gorgeous photos…I love your header, looks wonderful!
Thanks so much, Heather. 🙂
Thanks, TA. I’m so tired now, after being awake for about 36 hours. I’m off to bed.
That’s the worst part of travelling… Sleep tight!
I’m not so sure I envy you your ‘Traveler’ existence anymore, it seems you just left! Welcome back to South Africa.
Thanks, SC. Yes, our return date did come around much too soon.
Hope you’re enjoying the weather! Glad you made it safe and sound!
Thanks, Gunta. Much better temperatures here. 🙂
That was a long flight AD 😦
You’re right about that.
Thanks, Pussycat. I’ll be able to appreciate it better after a good night’s sleep. Been working our butts off since we got home, unpacking and cleaning up dead ants! 😦
Beautiful… So peaceful up in the heavens 🙂
Thanks, Andy. 🙂
BEAUTIFUL! Don’t you just love to fly?
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Thanks, Francine. Yes, it’s lovely being up there, but the whole exercise is very tiring. 🙂