|The other side of this bridge was OK.|
|The road in, complete with beggars.|
|And here are some of the bears engaging is some friendly rough and tumble.|
|These cute fellows were all patiently waiting for a feed.|
|For 500Riel (about 12 cents) you could feed one otter a fish, so some of the students enjoyed doing just that.|
|And after the feed, a cooling swim.|
|You can find out more about these special creatures here.|
|I love this photo. This fellow was one of the wild monkeys who also live at the zoo. He was sitting atop a fence post ever alert for a free feed.|
One of the most amazing things I saw and heard at the zoo were these monkeys. As you can see, their enclosure has a variety of rings and branches etc to keep them busy, but as they before they started a series of acrobatics they signalled their intention with their voices. Have a look at listen. It's not the best video, but it will give you an idea of just how intriguing it was. You could hear them all over the zoo.
Well, that's all folks! We finished up with some time to play in the adventure playground, followed by gathering under the shaded area, free of monkeys, to eat lunch. After lunch it was back on the bus, and back to school, arriving just in time for going home. A good day for everyone I think! I slept well that night!