Well, I left you all in New Zealand on the blog...but yes, we are now safely back in the UK.
Our flights all flew smoothly and we arrived home early morning on 16th August to some summer warmth.
We are now enjoying a few weeks of visiting lots of friends and family before I start a new job and Luke starts his Masters course.
I suppose this is the end of this blog....but it has been enjoyable telling you all about it. I am still blogging on Ruth's Ancestors about my family history researching.
Looking forward to seeing you all soon :)
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