Sweetie, English Butterfly Bunny & Tour Guide

Sweetie, English Butterfly Bunny & Tour Guide
Hi and welcome to "Fairy Castle Farm" I hope you enjoy your stay! I should introduce myself, my name is Sweetie and I am a resident of Fairy Castle Farm. Well it's not actually a farm, but a suburban home in the southern suburbs of South Australia. I am a rare Old English Spot Bunny, and absolutely love life here with all my family and some good friends too... let me take you on a tour ....

Fairy Castle Farm : Global Visitors

Guests

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Jungle June Continues .... Part 3.

Good Evening, Sweetie here :

Firstly I would like to welcome our new followers to our humble blog!  Thank you ever so much for taking an interest - and introducing yourselves.  We will enjoy very much getting to know you!

Here are some pictures of my daddy-bun Angel and some of the other residents of Fairy Castle Farm - while our humans were away on holiday...


 below we can see my dad performing his daily stress relieving Yoga ritual ....


 And this is just a special one I wanted to throw in for old times sake, daddy and my Yollie sharing a tender moment!  gives me goose-bumps!
 Here we have Holly scheming ways to annoy us, while our humans were away. I am happy to report, nothing too severe was accomplished. Certainly nothing a good foot thump didn't resolve anyway.
 Cheeky Chester was the master of sneaky "snoozes" when he was supposed to be on mouse patrol - but I caught him!


 As promised here are more of my humans holiday snaps ....

On this day they visited Bali's culture park
The Balinese are currently making this monument, it is a statue which is just one piece of many that are going to be place one on top of the other - the finised project will stand higher that the Staute in Brazil - Impressive!!

Below you can see where the base will be fitted once compete.

 Here you can see another finished piece of the monument
 and below is a replica of what they are building.
This is the site where they have cut through the rock to create sufficient area for the project. M|y Yollie said there were some of the most spectacular views from this place. Below you can see my Stewart and Little Lani taking a peek at the wondrous view...
 Beautiful isn't it!
Next they went to Daydream beach, which was also very picturesque ...

 Finally they enjoyed a climb to see the Cliff Top Temple.  They got very hot, sweaty and exhausted but it was worth if for what they found at the top!

 the picture below shows a fisherman right at the top of the cliff, can you see him? He must have had a really long line to be able to reach the ocean!!! (click on the images to enlarge them - this will work on all the photos) =(;O3
 There is even another fisherman in the picture below - he is leaning over the rocks!  Very brave - or perhaps a little crazy?

 The temple is home to wild monkeys, not the friendly kind, so they were to be admired but left right alone!


 Their day ended here, at the Cliff top Temple, in  Ulawatu - where they enjoyed the sun setting while watching the Traditional Fire Dance Performance.

 Oh, and there was even a toad to keep My Yollie and little Lani company while Stewart went off to find their driver to go back to their hotel.... this little fella was sitting ever so quietly right next to Lani for ages before they noticed him!!
that's it for me. take care, Sweetie xoxoxo
Post a Comment