We have been chronicalling the adventures of Kyle Baker, an injured soldier from Chepstow who has been on an amazing voyage aboard the tall ship the Lord Nelson.
Kyle had to be evacuated from the ship when he was taken ill, as it passed a remote South Atlantic island.
He has now arrived home, and looks back on the trip, and getting ill himself, as "an adventure".
In the latest in our series following the tall ship Lord Nelson and her crew on their maiden voyage around the world, everyone on board faces challenges and confronts fears - including injured soldier Kyle Baker, from Chepstow, who had to leave the ship when he was taken ill.
All week we are following the adventures of the tall ship Lord Nelson and her crew as they make their way - 50,000 miles - around the world.
They spent Christmas and New Year in Brazil and then set sail across the Atlantic bound for Cape Town in South Africa.
In the second part of the series, they are making good progress until a medical emergency developed with Kyle Baker from Chepstow.
A badly injured former soldier who lives near Chepstow is taking part in an epic journey across the Atlantic -- on board the tall ship, the Lord Nelson.
Kyle Barker is part of a mixed crew of disabled and non disabled people.
They are currently involved in the Lord Nelson's biggest ever challenge- a two-year, 50,000 mile voyage around the world visiting 30 countries on all seven continents.
ITV News' cameras are following the journey.