We visited just as the Pride parade we passing, so it was pretty deserted inside no queue to get in either. We booked in for the glass bottom boat and started to wander round, with our dive books. (a book designed for children to collect the stamps around the various tanks)
Nate loved looking at the fish, he got very excited. The only thing he didn't really like was when the rays show their underside to the tank glass. It looks a bit like an odd face and he got a bit scared of that.
It was soon time to go on our boat ride, so we went to where the glass bottom boat lives and the first thing I saw was this:
You probably can't tell from the picture but this turtle is pretty big, it is probably about a metre and a half in length. We got on the glass bottom boat and it was only us, it meant Nate got to wander around and see everything that was pointed out to us.
|Nate on top of the turtle|
There is one thing Nate keeps talking about from this trip and it is the Jellyfish and them changing colour. He was absolutely taken with it.
We must have arrived at the Octopus garden at nap time because all of the Octopuses were asleep/hiding. That means we will have to visit again soon. We spent two hours here and Nate could happily have spent a lot longer.