’90 Day Fiancé’: Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro Head to the Airport to Go Back to America
On 90 Day Fiancé: Happily Ever After, Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro have traveled to South Africa after Syngin’s brother lands in the hospital. The trip has been eventful for all the wrong reasons, considering Syngin and Tania got into an explosive fight in front of Syngin’s family. They also got into another fight in front of his two good friends, Andrew and James.
It’s unclear where this couple goes from here, or whether or not Syngin is going to want to return to the United States. However, this week he and Tania head to the airport for their return flight back to Connecticut.
Syngin Colchester and Tania Maduro talk things over with ice cream
On their last day in South Africa, they go for ice cream, just the two of them. Things are still uneasy, considering all the drama the couple has gone through on this trip.
“Today, Tania and I are supposed to go fly back to America, but I’m not sure if that’s something I’m quite ready for,” Syngin tells the cameras.
While sitting together in the shade with an ocean view, Tania mentions the argument in front of Andrew and James. She says she know they are in a “rough” spot, and that she’s “worried.”
Syngin goes on to tell Tania that it’s going to be “tough” for him to get on a plane and travel to Connecticut. “I know, I’m not that happy in our relationship, where we are right now, you know?” Syngin tells Tania. “We do have so many differences, and so many things we have to work on and sometimes I almost feel like we’re like running out of time and patience for each other. So, that just kind of gets me feeling and thinking like it’s going to be tough for me to come on a plane and fly back to Connecticut.”
“I feel like I was already struggling with like holding on to you,” Tania tells her husband. He says he’s “sorry for that,” and he also says he doesn’t want her to think he “regrets” marrying her. But he admits they wouldn’t have even gotten married if not for the K-1 visa. However, Tania says their “plan” was to be in the United States.
Syngin admits he wants to give themselves more “time,” and that he wants to work on their problems. They kiss, and it looks like they are going to be traveling back to America together.
Syngin and Tania head to the airport to go back to America
In another scene, the couple leaves the bedroom they’ve been staying in with their luggage in tow. They head outside to their vehicle, where Syngin’s family is there to say farewell. Everyone hugs each other, and Syngin’s brother, Dylan, is even there to say goodbye. Syngin rubs his eyes, and hugs his mother another time before departing.
It’s tough,” Syngin says to the cameras. “It’s emotional, my feelings are high. You know, being home with my family was very nice.”
They all wave goodbye as Syngin and Tania drive off to the airport. Tania tells him it was “hard” for her to see that. “It almost makes me feel like I’m tearing you from them,” Tania tells him. Syngin tells her he loves her, and that he wants to “make it work” with her.
“I think overall, you know, this trip has been good for us,” Syngin tells the producers. “You know, there has been up and downs on this trip, there’s been some arguments and tough times. But also, it is truly tough leaving right now, not knowing when I will be coming back.” Tania says she is “happy” to be going home with him.
The couple parks the car, and go inside the airport to board a plane back to their life in the United States. What’s next for Syngin and Tania? We’ll have to see what happens at the Tell All.