Because we have been on the other side of the world. Obviously. Light years away from computer technology and the blogosphere.
Well, not exactly. The UK may be a long way to go (an exhausting 24-hour flight away to be precise, and let’s not forget the ensuing jet lag), but we were still *connected*. Just not that active online.
But very active elsewhere. We had family and friends to see, a very special wedding to attend, and places to explore. It wasn’t a whirlwind four weeks – we tried to pace ourselves, honest! – but we created some wonderful memories to carry with us until our next visit.
Rather than reduce these to a few lines each, I am going to treat you to a few individual posts over the next couple of weeks. Or sooner if I find the time to tap away on my trusty keyboard. Although given that it’s the end of July already, that might be a little ambitious…
Here’s a taste of what’s to come:Punch & Judy, ferret racing, and so much more at a classic country fair.The discovery that visiting an English stately home and gardens isn’t so dull after all.Getting up close with some pretty amazing flying machines.