We went to Longleat this week and it was amazing, seriously if you've never been there you MUST go pay them a visit at some point. It's £27.50 per adult but that price gets you into everything and is well worth it.
This is the cafe, made up to look like a rainforest, occasional downpour and thunderstorm included. (Not on you lol)
In a special 'storm' area.
It was definitely better and more interesting than the last time I visited five or six years ago when it reminded me of school canteens.
Some of the amazing sights I got photos of, feeding the birds here. They sat on my hand, it was awesome as they stayed put even though I had no food (Mr Red had it) and I was walking.
Butterfly's in the butterfly house, I couldn't stay in there long as the humidity bothers my asthma but I managed to get a few decent photos.
In the actual Safari Park I was so happy to get a close up of the Cheetahs after the Lions, Tigers and Wolves were all lazing around well out of shot.
The giraffes were gorgeous, I would LOVE to have a pet one, and to think back in the day they used to kill these gorgeous creatures just to use the tails as fly swats. Awful.
Met this chap being noisy, I think he was saying 'take my photo,' so I did.
And the Secret Garden which made me squeal, I love secret gardens and would love to have my own one day.
Last on my list but no where near least, the mini train ride round the place and next to the hippo lake, there was also a boat ride on the lake to see Nicko the silver back gorilla but by that time it was chucking it down and I was hiding inside a yellow poncho so I didn't take any pictures of that.
So you can have a giggle, here's me in my poncho....