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Arth-Goldau wildlife park

Is it really November? It surely feels like early October with temperatures around 18° C, colored trees and clear blue sky!

With my mother in law staying with us and hence a car available, we decided to enjoy yet another glorious autumn day by visiting the wildlife park in Arth-Goldau. 479 more words


Black Swan & friends

At a recent visit to a wildlife park, we came across a rather green pond… however, it was pretty full of fish and terrapins, so guess they seemed comfortable enough in their environment. 33 more words


Friday, Oct 30, 2015 - Darwin

Darwin is the Northern most city on the coast of Australia and very close to Indonesia and the rest Asia. As such, it was used as a staging area for troops headed to the Pacific theater during WWII. 1,291 more words

Australia Circumnavigation

Carp Attack

A Carp ready for attack (or was it hungry? :) )


Meeting kangaroos

The Rally had Friday as a free day. We decided to use the day by looking around Phillip Island. One of the things I had wanted to do the whole time we’ve been here was to visit the Phillip Island Wildlife Park, and S wanted to visit the Grand Prix Circuit. 620 more words


I saw a polar bear: Yorkshire Wildlife Park!

I’m sorry it’s taken me so long to post something! I’m hoping it will be worth the wait!

Today I got on a train to Doncaster, followed by a bus in order to see a polar bear (along with some other pretty cool animals!) It was a really fun day out and I absolutely loved looking at all the beautiful animals strolling around! 786 more words


Beale Park Wildlife Park and Gardens

Beale Park’s the place to be with fun, adventure, animals, gardens, play and activities on the banks of the picturesque River Thames.

Beale Park was founded in 1956 by Gilbert Beale who created the Child Beale Trust, a charitable organisation, dedicated to the care and conservation of rare and endangered animals. 126 more words