What a trooper he is. He was so obliging and didn't flinch during the whole examination. I was so proud of him.
So as a reward, I arranged to meet his playmate, Safari and her Dad, Adam at the zoo.
And didn't they have a ball. So many animals to see. So many Daddy's to wear out!!
Bradley was certainly excited by the Gorillas.
Especially the one picking his nose!!!!
After lunch, it was some hide and seek . . .
. . . before a final elephant ride.
And then it was time to head home.
So having said goodbye to Adam and Safari, it was back onto the train. Who knew Bradley could fall aleep within 25 secs of getting on the train.!!!!
After a short transfer and, unfortunately, having to wake Bradley up, it was onto the fast "purple" train again for the trip home and to Mummy's waiting arms. (Mind you, I'm not sure who missed whom more!!!)
And so ends day 3. Tomorrow is a quiet day at home before heading off on a 725 km drive to Adelaide on Friday to attend my daughter Jessica's 18th birthday party.
Stay tuned for more adventures..