It was a beautiful day. Sunny with a high of about 70.
Perfect in my book.
The day started out a bit wobbly as Vivi had a rough night’s sleep. Because of her vaccinations yesterday, I think she was a bit uncomfortable overnight, but thankfully she managed to shake it off as the day progressed.
Half the visit involved seeing animals in a more natural setting as we rode along a winding road on a train. Then we completed the other half of the visit on foot.
We passed through a plethora of ‘gift shops’ and, although I do consider myself immune to most gift shop wares, I couldn’t resist buying a huge plastic ‘hua hua’ (flower) for Vivi.
That is one word I am certain she uses correctly. And she uses it all the time.
She carried her hua hua around the remainder of the park tour, only relinquishing it while she rode on the carousel with Asher.
We had our mini lunch in the room, followed by “Night at the Museum”. We meandered out on the island near dinner time and ended up at Lucy’s for some french fries.
We ran into my friend Chris who is meeting her daughter Avery for the first time tomorrow, we’ve endured the wait together so it will be fun to see our girls together at last.
Squeaky shoe shop owners beware.