William was a little jet lagged and fell asleep on the way to Sea Life Park. We got a car park straight at the door and he bounced out full of energy once again.
Sea Life park was awesome. It had a relaxed atmosphere which is nothing like Sea World at home. There seemed to be less than a few hundred people in the park. The shows weren't crowded and there was plenty of shade.
Jack's been struggling with not too many GF options so he was very excited to have tortilla chips with guacamole and nacho cheese for lunch.
The aviary was full of love birds and cockatiels which were very friendly. The one below tried to help himself to Stu's back pack.
Below is the famous Wholphin which is a hybrid between false killer whale and atlantic bottle nose dolphin. The only one of her kind.
Tiki's Restaurant is one block away from our hotel. All of the places we've eaten at have excellent service. They put drinks out and colouring books with crayons before you've even had a chance to look at the menu.
Stu had seared Tuna and I had crab dip which was delicious.