There is Always a Time for a Zoo Visit

safari-garden-zoo-trip-weekend-getaway

This is a very late post which supposed to be uploaded last week, so before it gets even more late than it’s already had I just have to share with you our family trip to the Safari Garden zoo. I don’t know if I ever told you that this is our annual tradition but yes, going to the zoo is a must in every year. Luckily this year, we received a free voucher for four person to Safari Garden. Hence, we only paid IDR 15k for the car entrance fee. Such a bargain since normally we have to pay IDR 150.000 for adult and IDR 140.000 for children (domestic price). The foreign tourist got double on the price.

Moving on, going to a safari means walking around in the animal natural habitat. So here you can see different kind of animals from around the world and of course Indonesia. I took some of my favourite animals and safari spot to share with you.

safari-garden-giraffe2 safari-garden-giraffe

safari-garden-jungle-land-area safari-garden-chimps-playground safari-garden-chimps-jungle-area

Was pretty amazed with the orang utan’s living space. They have everything! The playground, waterfall, grass to roll around. And they have lots of friend to play with.

red-cockatoo-baby-zoo children-playground-safari-garden animal-attraction-safari-garden komodo-dragon-safari-garden behind-the-wall-komodo-dragon-safari-garden

Once you cleared out the safari, you can then visit their baby zoo. Here you’ll find different other kind of animals, such as: meerkat, kangaroo, penguin, walabi, baby panther/tiger/lion (which you can take a picture with for a fee), snakes, more orangutans, birds, komodo dragon, bears, and even some live animal shows.

horse-riding-safari-garden wefie-safari-garden wefie-safari-garden2

Advertisements

Challenge Results: Lost 5kg and Making a Lifestyle Progress

The two weeks challenge has ended last week. And I have made some small changes to my overall health and daily routine. But before I told you any further about that, let’s first talk about the changes I did during the whole two weeks.

For starter, I made a 30 mins walk around the block with my mum on an early basis. Usually at around 5.15 AM or 5.30 AM. Then for the rest of the day, I made sure I do this:

  • Drank 2 – 3 litre of water every day
  • Made smoothies almost every morning as my breakfast to go
  • Prepared my own lunch, consist of: 1 serving of fruits, 1 serving of vegetables and 1 serving of quinoa salad with protein or a vegetable sandwich or a vegetable burrito
  • Ensure myself to have an afternoon snack, it could be a slice of dark chocolate, crackers, or sometimes I just grab the chocolate oats biscuit
  • Eat dinner normally which usually consist of: 1/2 cup of rice, 1/4 vegetables and protein

I know it doesn’t look much, but since I am a huge girl myself the changes has brought a good output. I have lost the first 3 kg in just two weeks of result and lost two more kg on the last additional week. In total, a loving 5 kg has been shed out of my body.

Hopefully, if I keep continue doing this I could gain my short-term goal which is only 7kg more. It’s not gonna be easy I know, and I also need to take a look at the whole weightloss progress cause I don’t want to lose the weight too fast. But I’m not giving up!

So be sure to tune in to my blog journey and hopefully by the end of this year, my dream of expanding the family will be fulfilled.