Another one of the very cool experiences with feeding the giraffe. Lily got a bit nervous when a second giraffe came over for snack so I ended up helping out. Despite the fact that she didn't like their black tongues she said it was her favorite part of the day.
The second half of the park was seen by bus. This part of the park was open areas for the animals to roam about, the different species were kept separate though. Can't have the lions munching on the zebra. Although, they did feed both the lions and the tigers each a live chicken. This is a shot of the lioness making a grab for her snack in the shoot that I was standing next too. Charlie didn't like having the cat jump up so close to him though. And no, we did not see any bloodshed since the victor took off with their snack.
We had an awesome day with so many great experiences and considering that we paid less than $200 for the taxi, tickets, food, all the extras with the animals, and souvenirs, it was also a hell of a bargain. I think this has been my favorite outing so far!
Today we spent close to home having brunch at Julie's, a new favorite of ours, where we can get a good American breakfast and then to Carrefour for some shopping. After naps Lucas and Charlie headed to AP Plaza where he ordered himself two new custom made dress shirts for $30. There are some definite pluses to living here.