It is an awesome idea to put a big aviary at the carpark beside the check-in counter. This place can REALLY ‘babysit‘ your inquisitive kids for a long time, leaving you to do all the paperwork in peace while you are trying to get the keys to your room.
I did the check-in while Allan stayed with the children at the aviary. Not only feathery creatures are locked-in, furry cute rabbits reside in the same place too.
Whenever we are near the resort lobby, the kids will ALWAYS want to spend SEVERAL minutes watching the animals in the aviary, and each time they went back, they saw something new!
There was once they saw a rooster wanting to mate with a reluctant hen. The chase was fierce and noisy! Better than watching those animal channels on tv. *wink*
Then another time, a frantic rabbit ran towards Keatkeat’s direction suddenly and banged onto the steel cage. The alert Keatkeat spotted the cause of the scare immediately! A WILD MONKEY WAS STANDING AT THE OTHER SIDE OF THE CAGE!
I was SOOOOOOOOOOOOO EXCITED to see the wild animal! Remember our trip to Chek Jawa ? I was so excited to see the snake that I forgot about the danger of being so near to it. However, this time, I was more cautious, keeping my boys far behind me while I crept nearer to the fury long-tailed mammal.
Have you been in the situation whereby you are so scared yet you just want to face the danger?
Yup! That was exactly how I felt when I saw the wild monkey! I was afraid that it would charge towards me, yet I want to get a close up shot(s) because the zoom function of my camera phone sucks!
I took more than 7 photos of the agile animal but decided to post 2 here. I was following it as it moved around the carpark like a playful child. What a great encounter for me! *clap clap clap* I cannot imagine what would I be like if I ever go Africa!!! *laugh*
There is also a place where every child would love to spend hours at, inside the Lotus Desaru Beach Resort.
However, the kids agreed that the price of the games there were on the high side compared to the ones at Jusco , they did not play any games, except the punching game which has broken down and the punching ‘ball‘ was dangling without any coins inserted.
On Friday before we checked-out, we saw a cart selling all sorts of beach items and people Parasailing. It looked really fun, but our heart wrenched when we saw the price : RM100 (Single) and RM200 (Double). Ouch!
Not forgetting the food too. Maybe its the relax mood that makes the children’s appetite increase whenever they munch their breakfast at the resort/hotel. *shrugged*
There you have it! All that I want to say about our stay in Lotus Desaru Beach Resort had been ‘squeezed‘ into 3 separate posts. Related Posts :