Sunday, March 2, 2014

Leaving (sigh)

Saying our goodbyes on Friday was so hard, though you'd never know it from these pics. 


Mary and Joey the banded mongooses, Apey the bush baby and Max the squirrel are always such fun to play with, so Sarah and I wanted one last photo session together with them.







Shame I can't take this little guy home, but look who I found here in Gaborone. Just for the Primcess and Mr J to play with, of course!



Now I'm on my way home, via the city of Gaborone, Botswana's capital, where I'm visiting a friend, Megan. There might have also been a little fabric shopping to lift my spirits��



8 comments:

  1. Have a safe trip home. Lovely holidays with people we care about are always hard to leave behind. Love your smiles and the adorable fur babies you became attached to!

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  2. Thank you for your DiPad posts! I have enjoyed the fun!
    Lots of fabulous African fabrics to buy before returning to Aus.

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  3. Glad to hear your holiday isn't ~ quite ~ over........love those pics!

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  4. sorry your vacation is coming to an end but you have such lovely memories and photographs to help you through it. you are both quite beautiful in these photos with all the animals

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  5. saying goodbye is always hard... to places, people and things. Hope you are enjoying your stop over and that your bags are not yet overweight

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  6. Those critters are darling, but it's you and Sarah who are absolutely gorgeous! I know precisely where Sarah got her beautiful looks. What a pretty pair you are. And I know how difficult it was to say goodbye. Haven't I done that too often, myself? I hope you and Megan have a lovely time together. Return home with fabric and sweet memories. And travel safely, my dear friend.

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  7. Wow, you're getting to hold such cute furry little animals. Beautiful photos of you and Sarah. You might be home now so I hope you're settling back in and the jet lag isn't too bad.

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  8. I hope life at home is treating you well and is not too dull after all your adventures! I know you must miss Sarah; I'm so pleased you had the chance to share some of her life in such a deep way.

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