The first question we get asked...
And I have to say, it's a pretty cool show.
I wasn't expecting it to be as good as it was. But I guess that is why we paid the big bucks to get into Sea World.
But it wasn't the only thing that made a splash with the kids.
Interestingly enough, many parts of Sea World is much like a petting zoo for underwater creatures.
The Sting Rays were among the favorites for the kids. But you could buy food for Sting Rays, Dolphins, Sea Lions. And feed these amazing creatures. I was pretty disgusted at the farm petting zoo in Virginia that we had been to a couple times. Even though the kids loved it, I stopped bringing them to it, as I didn't like the way the animals appeared to be.
Sea World does a much better job at not letting you recognize that it's a petting zoo, rather you are getting a "hands on experience with the sea creatures."
As much as I realize it is what it is. It was also an educational experience for us.
And the shows were really amazing.
The Sea Lion and Otter show, was silly cute.
And of course the kids loved the pet show.
Fun rides and good times.
Azalea found that she and a peacock had become one. This deeper insight into other living creatures gave insight through her third eye. At least for the day.
It seemed that both the girls were channeling other spirits this day.
And the take home message there was approved by at least one of the kids!