I'm home! On one hand it is hard to believe that the trip is over and I was gone for a month and on the other it is nice to be home and I am really looking forward to sleeping in my own bed again. I think one of the hardest parts to the transition back to real life is not waking up and talking to the same people every day. My friends Francene and Araceli are great travel companions and it is be odd not talking to the first thing in the morning and last thing at night. It's being about to talk about the stupid things that pop into your head or the funny thing you see when you're in the moment. But there are always more adventures to be had and experiences to be shared.
So I want to thank all the people who joined me on my trip. You all helped to make it memorable and for that I will always be grateful. Sometimes it is those companionable silences that you miss most, like these two women who were finishing a day of work at San Salvador's Mercado Central. They look so comfortable with each other and I suspect they are family. I took this picture because I thought it was sweet and I still do, it makes me smile :)
Canon 5D Mark III, Canon 24-70/f2.8L Mark II
70mm, f2.8, 1/125 sec @ 200 ISO