Traveling ethically is something I’m passionate about. I aspire to travel in a way that makes me proud in every single place I visit.
I was asked several more times throughout my trip if I wanted to change my mind because this was a “once in a lifetime experience.”
Is this about to become the new October Revolution?
At one point when I was a little kid, we had this pet owl. I’m pretty sure it’s super illegal to keep owls as pets, but that never crossed my mind when I was younger, he was just kind of there in the background of my childhood for a little while, Oggie the owl.
That’s half the herd.
Here is a short guide to just a few of the creatures you can find in the concrete jungle and why they’re just as nuts as the people:
Welcome to the Jersey shore, b*tch.
It honestly troubles me how much money we spend on protecting animals that can’t find a way to protect themselves.
She’s the matriarch of the group now.
For every good organization, business or tour group out there, there are many more who don’t have the animals interests at heart. A combination of greed, opportunism, apathy and a huge lack of education and understanding from the general public can lead to animals actually being harmed and exploited by the wildlife tourism industry and the very tourists who have come to see them.