We decided to look around first before we enter the other attractions that we have tickets for.
|Johan at Trails to Antartica|
|Hubby and Johan|
Too bad our package didn't include the Trails to Antartica, it would have been great to see live penguins and to actually feed them. Well, there's always a next time, besides, the boy enjoyed running around the wide open spaces inside the park and had lots of fun pointing at the colorful lights installed on the floors and announcing each color out loud.
After we think we've seen all there is to it, we went down again and proceeded to the Jellies Exhibit.
|The entrance to the Jellies Exhibit|
|This is a huge tank full of jellies, quite a bit icky but breathtaking nevertheless|
|Mom and the birthday boy|
|Tanks and tanks full of jellies|
The highlight of the exhibit - the jellies reflecting the colors of the light as
it changes from color to color
|At the entrance of Birds of Prey Kingdom|
|My brave little boy wanted to get closer to the bird but I stopped him scared that the bird|
would peck him with it's beak
|Mom is more scared of the eagle than Johan|
|Hubby and one of the eagles|
The Birds of Prey is just a small area, which is disappointing, but the eagles flying around and perched on the fences were a sight to see. The highlight of our tour here is when one of the staff approached me and asked if I wanted to feed an eagle. I hesitated but then gave it a go when the staff said it was for free (hehehe)!
|Photo op with my glove-covered hand - Okay pa ko this time|
|When the staff dropped a piece of meat on the glove that's when I began getting scared|
|Here's the eagle taking a lunge at me - well at the piece of meat on the glove|
It was scary because I thought all the birds would come to me would compete with the other birds just to get that piece of meat on my hand and only after the staff said that only one eagle will come to me did I began to relax a little.
|My fave photo taken that day|
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