Under The Sea. 

Despite my best efforts not to leave for Yarmouth at six this morning the fella and the dog conspired against me. 

Somehow he convinced the dog to be sick at four this morning which meant we were up extremely early. 

By six thirty we were on the road and heading to the seaside. 

The sun rose as we drove providing a lovely view. Unfortunately, it didn’t last long. Despite our early start we still got stuck in the most horrendous traffic. Turning our three and a half hour drive into a four and a half hour drive. 

But we eventually got here. So with another four and a half hours to kill before we could get in our metal box with plugs, we went for a look around The Sea Life Centre. 

If you ever find yourself in Great Yarmouth I highly recommend it. To give you an idea of what it’s like I thought I’d share a few pictures with you. 

The penguins who are a couple. We watched them groom each other. Such love. 

The giant sea turtle at four years old he is still a baby. Capable of living until he’s one hundred and fifty. 
I must admit I don’t remember the name of this fish but he must be the happiest fish in the sea. If anyone goes there please let me know his name. 

Last but by no means least, the sting ray. This one is also a baby. Such an unusual creatures with his face and little legs. 

With many more wonderful creatures to see. Very entertaining talks about the animals at feeding times, and even a place where you can interact with some fish it offers a great deal of entertainment. 

If you go, I hope you enjoy it as much as I did. 


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