Hi friends! Hope you are all fine and doing well.
Here at home is very quiet. I am having myself and myself as a companion. Well, I have nothing against it. I love quietness. Sign of old age? Maybe.
Anyway, it is good to reminisce my last vacation in the Philipines last february.
As you can see, I am not finished with my blog there yet. There are so much to share. This time is our experience in feeding the tigers.
As I said before, I don't like seeing animals in cage, but if they are free, then I am the one who should be in cage.
Like in this case. Since we were going to feed the tigers where they roam free, they put us in a cage...I mean a mini bus where we were protected by the lattice. We didn't want to be eaten by hungry tigers, so we were satisfied with it.
Meet the passengers...my whole family:)
Did you see the tigers roaming around us? Well, they were hungry. One tiger climbed on the roof of the mini buss. We were shocked!
My daughter bought some chicken pieces to feed the animals, but we didn't dare to do it.
Luckily, we had the guide with us.
He feed the tigers. I said, "be careful with your fingers"...thinking of mine..
and another one
oh my! The guide opened the small window
I believe he knows what he did!
Well, the tigers seemed to be nice. Actually, the Zoo spares money in food expenses for the animals because the visitors buy the food for them. Sometimes, when there are so many visitors, the tiger's doesn't want to eat anymore:)
This time, we were lucky. They were hungry!
It was really an adventure for all of us and we were all fascinated, but my youngest grandchild told the guide " dont do it, it is dangerous".
Well, time to change to another bus with a sweeter guide. This time, we were on the way to see an animal show. See you there next time.
Food for the thought:
If you need patience
But let patience have her perfect work,
that ye may be perfect and entire,