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The Parc Omega – A Drive-Through Safari in Canada

Categories: Travel reports, North America, Canada

We are always happy when we can visit during our travel the many different zoos in the world. On our 670-kilometer journey from Tadoussac on the St. Lawrence River to Ottawa in the southeastern part of the province of Ontario, we visited a very special zoo: Parc Omega – a safari park where we could even drive through independently with our large camper. Things to know about Parc Omega Omega Park was founded in 1985 and opened its doors to …

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Anchorage – Seward Highway & Alaska Wildlife Center (USA)

Categories: Travel reports, North America, USA, Alaska

After checking out in the early morning on our cruise ship – the Royal Princess – we took the transfer bus from Princess Cruises from Whittier to Anchorage. The transfer took about 90 minutes, so we were at Anchorage airport around 10 a.m. Here we got off and were able to store our luggage for free at the airport in a room that was open especially for cruise guests. This service is offered until 5 p.m., then you have to …

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The Opel-Zoo – A visit of the Zoological Garden in Kronberg (Germany)

Categories: Travel reports, Europe, Germany

On this year’s Good Friday we were greeted in the morning with a blue sky and a lot of sun, so that the idea quickly became clear that we would drive to the nearby Opel Zoo in the Taunus. Even though we live nearby, we have never had a visit to the zoo on the screen or were there for the last time 20 years ago – so a lot of things have changed. And since we also had a …

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Belize City & a trip to the Belize Zoo (Belize)

Categories: Travel reports, Central America & the Caribbean, Belize

At 3 o’clock in the night the alarm clock rang today – a terrible time! After picking up our breakfast-to-go at the hotel reception, a taxi took us to the “Aeropuerto Mariscal Sucre”, the international airport of Quito. With the departure from Quito we also say goodbye from South America. We have been touring the continent for 7 weeks and are now looking forward to new adventures in Central and North Americabefore we venture to Hawaii and Australia 🙂

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