Monday, January 11, 2010

Scenic Sunday: Currumbin Sanctuary

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Do click on the link of my introduction of the Currumbin Sanctuary at my other site.

Here is my monkey Sam who enjoyed every minute of his four hours up the tree at the Green Trail. He completed 3 courses and went back for more doing the most difficult course twice.

I was fascinated at the friendliness of the kangaroos especially this particular one. He was kissing people who were brave enough. I suddenly became meek as a mouse.


Ah Ngao said...

waa...you sure got a handsome monkey there!

Elaine Yim said...

Young people like adventures and the outdoors. Good thing, as it keep them healthy and fit. Same goes for my daughter too.

Cheryl said...

A very cute monkey indeed! And how fun! I do like the kangaroo photo-so cheery!

Jama said...

So brave of you son to do that, if it's me,I rather stayed down and watched! lol
In the beginning my husband and I cherish the moment of traveling just the 2 of us while the 2 young men look after the house but nowadays he's not willing to travel anymore. So I usually follow my brother's family or friends for vacations.

Ah Ngao said...

hi Ann,
i sure love to visit NZ,be it winter or summer BUT,have to start saving from square 1.
oh yeah,thanks for your "wise" idea ...hehehaha.actually it did crossed my mind to go to Bau and look for gold but to start mining at people's backyard,i got to get ready to dodge pellets from their wild boar shotguns(most of them owns shotgun younno..)