Monday, 21 April 2014

Adventures: Knowsley Safari Park

Hello there! First of all, I'd like to wish you all a belated Happy Easter. I hope you were all spoilt with chocolate gifts and days off work! Since the move, I've managed to get myself a little job in a local shop where my sister works, and I was working yesterday afternoon before a delicious roast dinner with all my family, cooked by mumma bear of course. I'm still adjusting and trying to find a new routine with blogging, studying, my new job and being in a new place, but I'm getting there. Today I'd like to share with you photos from our adventure to Knowsley Safari Park earlier this month. We were lucky with a warm sunny day and near empty Park!

There were so, so many animals! Lots that we didn't expect to see, a lot more variety than we'd imagined. It's totally up to you which way you decide to do your visit, we chose to do the drive round safari part first and the walk around part second. The animals were so much closer than you'd think, in the lion enclosure we must have sat a bit too long taking photos as they started coming over - at which point we moved on! The baboon enclosure is optional - you can drive round it or through it at your own risk. We chose to drive through it and noticed that the car in front had a baboon on their bonnet who didn't want to get off! But we kept moving at a slow and steady pace, so the baboons didn't bother us. Our highlight of the day was definitely feeding the giraffes! We happened to be in the right place at the right time and after being given a bit of lettuce, felt a big sloppy giraffe tongue licking it from our hands! It was amazing! We couldn't leave without a quick trip to the gift shop for a new keyring, and we can't wait to go again! Have you ever been to Knowsley Safari Park? What was your favourite bit?

You can get 25% off admission until Sunday 27th when you book online!

P.S. I tried my best to label the animals but sorry if I got any wrong!

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  1. I hope you had a lovely Easter! Awww, these snaps are beautiful. It reminds me of Longleat - which I haven't been to since I was a kid!

    Tara x

  2. these all animals are so cute <3 i'd love to cuddle them all <3 hope your easter holidays was lovely!

  3. I'd love to go here, there are so many different animals! London Zoo is a bit rubbish I think. So jealous you got to feed the giraffes! xxx

  4. Lovely pictures! Also I love the jacket that you wore! :)

  5. I really do need to go to knowsly, gorgeous pictures x


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