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... old feeding with their mum which pretty much no one else saw and got pics too. after this we came back to the tiger show and took a few pics just before it ended and then headed up to the elephant show with all the other tourists. We sat down and got talking a little bit to another young aussie couple, we told them about the cubs and the pics with the big tiger as they had not done this yet.The elephant show was starting and was so funny, elephants playing basketball and ...
... again at my own cost)
We were told to expect to pay about $180, back in Xian (no details were released then though)
The bus through Australia has been booked and can’t be changed, we either miss out on Bali or play catch up in Australia, I have no idea how that works there, and Polly and UKtoOZ (Karen) aren’t coming up with a solution, seems the nearer we get to the end, the worse it gets (in would have thought it would have been easier to book the flights, ...
... a nice enough restaurant. About 10 minutes later the sweaty chef delivered our meals and placed a horror show in front of me. My meal consisted of five half bolied eggs, which were gellatine where the white should have been, and jet black but pate like in the middle (what creature coulkd lay such an egg I wondered), small pickled onions, raw ginger, some nuts and a sprig of basil. One bite of the egg monstrosity confirmed that the taste was every bit as bad as its ...
... be entertained or disgusted, it's something I am glad I was able to see before death.
The second day, I went to the Tiger Zoo.
Tiger Zoo is your typical zoo, but it focuses mainly on siberian tigers.
Because of this, for every one attraction that is some animal, there
are two more having something to do with tigers.
Of note, however, is that there is a 'tiger show', 'elephant show', and a 'gator show'
... hot air balloons are set off from the beachside. The view of hundreds of these flying hot air baloons sparkling in the sky is really something. Once the flames burn out and the small canopy is cooled they float down to land in the sea or treetrops around us.
You may have heard about the tragedy in Pnomh Penh, Cambodia, where over 400 people died in a stampede and the collapse of a bridge. This was the same night and same ...