Friday, February 7, 2014

Sea World






















For many months Miss E (5) has been telling us she will live in Hawaii when she grows up. However, by the time we reached the dolphin show at Sea World she had decided she would live in Queensland (the state we are holidaying in) instead. Well that will make visiting much easier!

Our day at Sea World was better than anticipated for everyone. We had visited with the older 6 in 2003 but somehow it seemed even better now and easier with no stroller/pusher etc. We hope to have another quick visit there before our holiday is over.

Master T was eyeing off the huge lollipop above but he was given a definite "NO!" from me! My definition of holiday treats only stretches so far!

17 comments:

✿ chica said...

Foros encantadoras essas!Lindo fim de semana,beijos,chica

flowersandhome said...

Haha, that lollypop. Does it ever get sold? I'd imagine no parent would ever say 'yes' to that ;)
Looks like you all had a lovely day at seaworld.
Marian

papillon said...

Very lovely picture of a shark, one of the most fascinating animal of the world. What kind of shark ist it?
J+C

geanina said...

gorgeous images! :)

Giga said...

Wszyscy mieli świetną zabawę i Ty i dzieci. Radosnych przeżyć moc. Piękne miejsce, co widać na zdjęciach. Pozdrawiam serdecznie.
Everyone had great fun and you and the children. Joyful experience power. Beautiful place, as you can see in the pictures. Yours sincerely.

Jeanne said...

looks like a wonderful time that all of you are having!! that lollipop would be more than enough for all of you, and then some. Glad miss E has decided to stay closer to home. LOL

Dirk Rosin said...

så flott serie, det må være en uforglemmelig opplevelse !

Jette Hollesen said...

Lovely fish and nice colours!
Nice experience for you.
Nice weekend!

JetteMajken

Elise Lea said...

Looks like you are having a wonderful time! Glad to hear Miss E wants to live a little close to home - Hawaii seems like quite the trek.

Jennifer said...

Looks like you had a wonderful time. Who could blame little Miss E for wanting to now move to Queensland. If I were Master T I would have wanted one of those lolly-pops too!

Lisa Gordon said...

It looks like you're having a wonderful time.
That lollipop is huge!!!
Have a great weekend!

Dorothy Adamek said...

Wonderful images of a great holiday destination. I loved Seaworld when we were there a few years ago. Your pictures are of such high quality, it's as if I were there with you guys, too. Loved the action shots. :)

Karen @ Pieces of Contentment said...

Hi Papillon/J+C,

Now that’s a good question about the shark. I‘ve been trying to find out but haven’t found an answer. We hope to go back to Sea World early next week before we leave. I’ll try and find out while there because I’d like to know too. I discovered that it is the world’s largest man-made lagoon system for sharks.

amanda | wildly simple said...

Looks like fantastic memories are being made! (and preserved in fantastic photos, as well!)

Mila said...

My, looks like fun! Lots of fun!

diane b said...

Lovely shots of your holiday and visit to Sea World. Miss E has the right idea about where she wants to live. I love this warm weather all the time. I haven't been to Sea World for yonks probably not since my kids were young. Some of the attractions look the same but obviously there are new ones...it is the cost that makes me shudder.

Liz said...

Great images of Seaworld, Karen! My children used to love visiting there when my family came up from Melbourne.
I'm sure that lollipop never sells!

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