We don't know. He took a picture of the elephant, not us, hehehe.
Basti had so much fun that we decided to go back. We went there again on my birthday, knowing that Sam would be very happy playing around the playground.
the entrance of manila ocean park
to the ticket booth
First we went through what they call as the Agos. I love this part of the MOP, there's greenery all around and the sound of cascading water gives peace and calm to the spirit. There are different water tanks and some alligators. The nearest tank by the door holds the biggest fish I have ever seen in my whole llife.
the landscape of Agos
Basti watching the alligators below
Father and son poses for the camera
Then we went to the section called Bahura, a dark room filled with tanks containing different species of fish and flora found in coral reefs. I could not belive that there are fishes that lights up like mini flashlights. Basti went nuts over this. There's a tank that holds water from Manila Bay.It looks very very dark and the corals are lined with dirt and the tank is fileld with garbage. A big contrast to the clear, clean water and colorful fishes the other tanks have. We were not able to go over each and every tank because Basti was hurrying to get out of there so he could go to the Living Ocean.