Sunday, 29 July 2012

Indian village, mini zoo and a playground - Leba part 4

See also part 1, part 2 and part 3.

The path in the forest led us to an Indian village. It was still under construction when we were there, so we were definitely one of the first people that could see it. But we could still enter it and walk around. There were some wigwams there that we could enter. In one of them there was a boy dressed as a sagamore who painted something on Artur’s cheek.

The last part of the park was dedicated to live animals. Rabbits, raccoon, horses, donkeys, deers, highland cattle, llama and even a kangaroo.

Finally we reached a place that Artur wanted to get to right at the beginning, when he saw it when we entered the park. The playground. It was huge in space. All on beach sand. Something like a castle. And something like a bridge. Some swings and slides. And lots of fun. And, yet again, a train for kids. Paid extra. There were also some machines to play, but we weren’t interested in that so I didn’t check what exactly that was. We couldn’t take Artur home, though, and we wanted to go and grab something to eat. We could eat something in the park itself, but one of the prizes in the radio contest was dinner in on of the restaurants in Leba. So we wanted to go and check that out. Only a promise of going to another playground after dinner helped me get my kid outta there. Not easy, not easy ;)


 See the background? They were still painting the rocks ;)

 There's a kangaroo in this picture. In case you we wondering...



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