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Thank you to @megandslc and Chase (the recently wedded Mr and Mrs Wilson!) for sending us this incredible clip of two male lions having a territorial fight - we had a great time with you in camp and enjoy @manda_bay !
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“Unpleasant experiences may cause mood deterioration which leads to internal conflict between specimen. In extremal conditions peak of such conflict can be highly abruptal and even more unpleseant.” doc. J.L. Sterring describing his incident with Lyvia Drake, Athalinan Jungle, 8th of June 1883


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Singapore is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia Pacific. The sovereign city- state is a melting pot of different cultures and has several museums, zoos, entertainment parks, and temples that attract millions of tourists every year. Singapore is also an important commercial hub in the region and attracts a number of business travelers every year. Whether you are traveling to Singapore for business reasons or are a leisure traveler taking a break from your mundane chores, make sure your Singapore package tour includes a visit to the popular tourist spots listed in the post. Take a look.

1. Singapore Flyer

Standing 165 metres tall, Singapore Flyer is one of the tallest ferris wheels in the world. The flyer has 28 air-conditioned capsules, each of which can accommodate 28 passengers. Singapore Flyer offers a bird’s-eye view of the entire island. Hop into any one of the 28 capsules to get a panoramic view of major tourist attractions such as the Singapore River, Raffles Place, Merlion Park, and Empress Place.

2. Singapore Zoo

Singapore Zoo is spread across 28 hectares of land and is home to more than 315 animal species, of which around 50 are endangered. To educate visitors, the zoo organizes several shows such as “Breakfast With an Orangutan”, “Rainforest Fights Back” , and “Splash Safari”. Singapore Zoo also has three event venues where you can plan a private party or celebrate the birthday of a loved one.

3. Orchard Road

Orchard Road is one of the most popular shopping destinations in Asia. The 2.2 km long shopping belt houses several shopping malls, and pedestrian shopping centers where you can get everything from trendy, modern outfits to traditional wear. The boulevard is also home to several upmarket restaurants that serve authentic Singaporean food and choicest of delicacies from different parts of the world. 

4. Changi Museum

Whether you are a history buff or want to learn more about the Singaporean culture, your Singapore tour package must include a visit to Changi Museum. Established in 2001, Changi is a war museum that depicts Singapore’s history during World War-2. The museum houses several paintings, photographs, and other artifacts made by former Prisoners of War (POW). You can also take an audio guided tour that narrates the experiences POWs and civilians who were held captive during the World War.   

The Lion City is Calling, Where are you?

Singapore with its magnificent attractions, is a jewel in the crown of  Asia. The country never fails to amaze its visitors and has something in store for every traveler. For a memorable experience, make sure your Singapore tour package includes a visit to these tourist attractions.  Some other spots worth visiting are Marine Life Park, ArtScience Museum, and Wild Wild Wet, a popular water park.

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My guests had a front-row seat to one of the most incredible wild dog sightings I have ever had! The early morning sun, the acacia woodland setting, the mist, it all came together!

Hyenas soon arrived, drawn in by the noisy pack, and all hell broke loose!

This is what safaris are all about, moments never to be forgotten!!

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this is something I keep coming back to but the sand castle ghost reminded me of it again

the thing you have to understand about the world of pokémon, and the thing that puts the trainer-team relationship in perspective, is that humans are fundamentally at the mercy of the wilderness.

look at the map in any pokémon game. there are large swaths of that map where, just, nobody goes. sometimes, very strong trainers can get access to a slice of that - viridian cave, or mt silver, for instance. but for the most part, humans are restricted to their cities and the Routes.

look at the extent to which pokémon outnumber humans. the extent to which pokémon in restricted areas outlevel humans. cerulean cave is about the same level range as the elite four, or gym leaders when they bring their A-team.

and if we didn’t have teams, even the pokémon on the Routes would be too much for us. what can a human do about being struck by lightning? what can a human do about a fire-breathing dragon, or mind control?

practically? we’re helpless in the face of that.

humans can only survive because the wilderness, generally speaking, doesn’t want to destroy us, and furthermore, is willing to strike a deal with us. because pokémon are willing to go onto the routes, go into the part of the world that they share with humans, to take us at our word when we use pokéballs to catch them. to live among humans and defend us, in exchange for the benefits and wonders of human technology, of civilization. 

and that’s a risk, right? there’s tension there. that’s what the whole Veilstone Myth versus Regional Myth tension. pokémon promised to appear to humans in the tall grass, to help them out. but pokémon also know that many humans are assholes, and have to defend themselves accordingly when thrown into a fight (contrast to the Safari Zone, where - since there’s no fight - we don’t pose any credible threat and an angry pokémon will just leave).

look at how unusual the Veilstone Myth is. look at how that’s the only time in the games, in the history of all the games, where you see a human use a human-made weapon. the taboo from that event, which broke the trust between the wilderness and mankind, is so great that it extends to this day, even to villainous Teams that otherwise flaunt the laws of mankind.

that’s why the trainer-team relationship, a successful trainer-team relationship, rests on trust and love. because that’s the only foundation on which the relationship between pokémon and humans can survive, and it’s the foundation on which it’s survived up to now.

So I’m trying to get more people on my friend’s list for the Friend Safari. I’m using a friend’s 3DS so I will eventually have to remove you as a friend but I had someone tell me my Safari Pokemon. I’ve got a Fighting Type safari with Pancham, Meinfoo, and Hariyama.

Name: Lilli (My name’s Molly but like I said- it’s a friend’s)

Friend Code: 3909-8201-4364

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