Bring back the circus | Bangkok Pattaya Day #3

I guess I have mentioned this in one of my blogs earlier, that how I was left in awe how once so popular circuses don’t stand popularity now. Do the parents now log on to Youtube and then show their children how a tiger jumps over the hurdle or how the elephants play cricket. To be honest, I wanted to go to a circus. I never knew I would really go and that too when I am in Bangkok.
The third day of our trip and the second day into the Nova Platinum’s swimming pool and the last day in the hotel. Check out at 12:00, hoping that the hotel in Bangkok also has the same Wifi facility! πŸ™‚
On way to Bangkok, we visited the Sriracha Tiger Zoo which I referred as Circus.
A crocodile show, an elephant show and a tiger show; then where is the zoo? The fourth category of animals were the pigs – as if everybody dislikes them. The crocodile show was a thriller, the elephant one the best, the tigers were fierce. My connection to the animals till now was limited to playing with two pet dogs at friend’s house, giving the cat some milk, giving the cow roti and now it had got extended – Gave bananas to the elephant. Oh! I forgot, i have also given the monkeys and the fishes their respective foods. πŸ˜› The chillar party enjoyed it.
Around 6 ‘o’ clock, we reached Hotel Eastin in Makkasan, Bangkok. Yes, we travelled back taking the same highway which we took to get to Pattaya – the huge one. Eastin had better Wifi facility, and also had two PS3 and 1 Wii motion gaming in its playroom. The fun doubles here.
Defining the title – Just 4 animals doesnt make a place a zoo. They may make one and I cannot recognize it sadly because I am accustomed to see more varieties in my Alipur Zoo in Kolkata!


About Chetan

A twenty year old infant who fears if crows may shit on him or if Bengali aunties' umbrellas may prick him in the eye. He is currently waiting for Mamata Banerjee to leave Kolkata.

Posted on October 14, 2011, in Bloctober, International and tagged , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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