Did you know that Sri Lanka has elephants? In fact there are somewhere around 4,000 elephants that call this island nation home.
Don’t tell my 4-year-old daughter her daddy is going to where elephants live. She’d probably try to stow away in my luggage.
17 thoughts on “Sri Lanka Sunday: Elephants”
I love elephants! 😀
I love elephants too, but I’ve never been able to eat a whole one at one sitting….
I love the picture! Elephants getting a shower… 😛
I wonder how much the overweight charge would be to bring back on in your suitcase for her?
It couldn’t be too much. That’s only the weight of 7 Golden Corral diners.
Hmm. Your daughter and I might have to work out some kind of a deal–I’ve always wanted to go somewhere where elephants live too! Maybe you’ll get to ride on one, and then your daughter and I can seethe with even more jealousy. 🙂
The title of the post sounds like a Bus Ministry Promotion Day Title.
I’m with your daughter. Always my favorite stop at the zoo. They are amazing and beautiful creatures. May your trip be blessed.
Oooohhhh, elephants! I understand why your daughter would be tempted to sneak into your luggage. Me, too, except that I’d get caught.
I have never been so happy to be reminded of elephants and happy children who have nice dads than after your last post. This just may have been the necessary brain bleach. Looking forward to your blogging in Sri Lanka.
As an aside: that has to be some long haul flight times!
I would much rather have one of these elephants in the cyber room with us than the one who has been taking up so much cyberspace here lately.
Look forward to reading about your trip.
The craap wouldn’t be piled so high and deep.
I didn’t know there were elephants in Sri Lanka, but I actually don’t know much about Sri Lanka. I’ll look forward to learning more as you post.
I agree with your daughter – elephants are awesome! Have a great time and please blog lots of photos.
Wow! So cool! Maybe you will get to ride an elephant! 🙂
I hope you have a great trip!
You have to ride an elephant. Everyone should ride them at least once in their lives.