Lestrade said I could update for him so I want to say all about our weekend. There's lots of pictures.
We went to the airport and got a plane and flew to Ireland and it wasn't a very long way so was really quick. And this is what I could see out of the window
And then we landed and got a bus and went to our hotel and it was right on the river.
And that was the view from the room with free cake and juice and coffee and even though you were high up you could see the bottom in the river because the water was clear and just a bit brown.
And then we went swimming and that was good too except for the boring bits and there was a ball and some floats too and it was fun.
One Saturday we went to the animal park AND WE SAW GIRAFFES there were ten of them.
They're really tall and called Rothschild Giraffes and they're the tallest of all giraffes and those things on their heads are made of bone and they have really big feet and they hit each other with their heads when they fight and you could see that some of the babies sort of matched their spots to the mums.
That one at the back is the male and then there's a mum and a baby and another one in the background and one of the babies is my one but I can't tell from that picture. He's called Houdini and that's because he escaped from the pen when he was even littler although they're never really very little because they're tall.
These are Lar Gibbons. The one sitting down sat right in the middle of the bridge and the others climbed over him and they're brilliant because they swing through the trees and run on two legs and they're funny.
The people in the park hang the rabbits from the yellow thing and then they have a thing that goes around the cage so the cheetahs have to run after it and try to catch it like in the wild and they go really fast.
These are Capybara and they can swim and they're the biggest rodents and I want one. but not as much as I want a giraffe.
The park was great because the lemurs and lots of the animals that just eat grass and things were allowed to just walk around and you could get really close to some of them and they had all different ones. We had lunch and watched Meerkats and there were some baby ones that weren't very good at anything and fell off things a lot.
Then the next day we went to an island that had a prison and a fort and everything on it but John might do about that.