I am not a big fan of Zoos, I know alot of them do alot of good in form of educating the young , research and conservation… but in my gut i feel sad seeing these animals understimulated and bored in their habitats. 86 more words
It was a weekday so a very peaceful environment at the zoo. For the first part we had it to ourselves!
We loved this masked bird that is native to Taiwan.
This little cat is also native to Taiwan. We hung out with him for awhile.
There was a panda exhibit…where we somehow didn’t take any photos of pandas, but instead of this map (face palm).
One lunch option…Ireland’s Potato. We didn’t eat here.
There were LOTS of signs surrounding poop…but most of them weren’t in English. But definitely a poop obsession at this zoo.
And… butts. If you zoom in you can see the hilarious caption. Mistranslation? The zoo definitely was targeted at families so we’re assuming they didn’t realize most English speaking parents wouldn’t be thrilled with this sign.
The zoo had an amazing open bird area. We walked through a series of chains so birds wouldn’t escape.
There were lots of feeders with adorable and interesting little critters.
Adam and I woke up in our beautiful Marriott after a wonderful travel experience, ready to take on Day 1 in Asia! We had 4 days in Taipei before departing on a 5 day round Taiwan tour, and we were excited to see what the city had to offer. 1,795 more words
Shaded in his hut, this Koala is content to just sit back and enjoy his leafy greens. He doesn’t much care for the loud and obnoxious humans gawking over him, but he is unconcerned with them as well. 309 more words
This morning I was working on the script and realized I was stuck on the story. Thinking about the details, like dialogue and scene progression, while coming up with the overall story is difficult. 256 more words