I’m on the move again and apologies if posts and replying to comments becomes a bit haphazard over the next few weeks.
Leaving Cape Town the scenes from the plane window show a grim picture of the drought stricken and parched land. In complete contrast are the rich agricultural fields of the South Downs, East Sussex in England where we are based for the next few days. Hiking on the Wealdway and South Downs trails brings a new vista of awe at every turn!
19 thoughts on “On the move”
Make the most of your time away!
Thank you Anne; enjoying the way adventures unfold!
It isn’t an area I know well, but I’ve driven across to Kent. Lewes is a nice little town though, enjoy!
Thank you Gilly, looking forward to exploring. The hills and dale sand chalk cliffs are all beguiling :). Wall to wall sunshine and extraordinary bold colours. The spring flowers are fabulously exuberant.
Enjoy your Hols!
Our landscape here is very similar to your first photo just now. Enjoy the restful green.
Thanks for your comments Jane. The verdant nature of this colour green is a treat! Our dry water stressed landscapes are a concern with the effects of continuing climate change.
Enjoy your trip!
Safe travels! East Sussex looks lovely from the air.
Perhaps you can take some of our rain back with you?
Wow, that is a big contrast. It looks similar to late fall dormancy and spring green here.
Enjoy the vibrancy of the English spring, Liz.
Such a contrast. Happy times abroad, Liz!
Hi there… it;s nice to see the pics posted by you… BTW, pls go to White cliffs of Dover… try to trek instead of vehicling…. sure, you will enjoy…
Enjoy the green hills.
Moving for good?
No, just adventuring abroad 🙂
Good to adventure a bit!
I’m sorry to hear the drought in South Africa is continuing. Unfortunately, history tells us such things can continue for a long time. Nuclear power plants have fallen out of favor in recent years in many places, but perhaps it’s time for a new and safer generation of them to get to work desalinating sea water.