Aardvark having her snack. Pretty cute.
First a breakfast at what we call "the Polish place". It's really not but the waitress is. The name stuck.
Checking laptops on ebay
Staff and a regular
Surprisingly long line of cabbies outside the zoo. I guess at 17 pounds a pop to enter the zoo, an extra 10 for the cab won't change much.
Театр начинается в вешалки, а зоопарк в продавца надувных шариков.
Locke would have them skinned in no time.
Obligatory flower shot. Represents spring and all its good stuff.
Everything looks better in wide-angle.
Our reason for coming - Feldman's mulch on the playground. Guess how much 2 inches of mulch weigh to cover this area.
According to Feldman - 700 kg. I think they may have ordered enough to cover half the zoo.
A lot of mulch shots to follow.
Mulch - the 7th food group.
This kid jumped off the top of the staircase - if this was concrete, he'd be dead. But then again, who lays concrete under playgrounds?
Oh, I remember - Soviets!
Feldman wanted to encourage him to jump again but I thought this was ill-advised. If the kid broke his neck, we'd be responsible.
The money shot.
After thoroughly photographing mulch we proceeded to look at animals.
Aardvark came out for her afternoon snack.
We walked by the playground and Feldman could not resist.
Toucan. Wonder how he'd live with Kesha.
Komodo Dragon - real. Don't think he and kesha would see eye to eye. These things eat deer and people - largest lizards on earth.
On the way back I stopped by at Regents Park. These adorable Japanese people came for some flower photography.