Dear Matt and Marcella,
The couple of places we had managed to visit during this trip was Swiss Sheep Farm and Santorini Park.
The last time we had visited a sheep place (it isn’t a farm, more like an attraction) was in Ratchaburi Province, and it left me with such a bad taste in my mind because the sheep was out in searing sun fully wooled (is that even a word?). Most of them looked like they were slowly being cooked inside while standing.
Swiss Sheep Farm (again, a ‘farm’ this is not, and attraction it definitely ‘is’) was a delight, the sheep looked happy (I am not a sheep expert) but there were many lamb running around, which for me was a great sign of ‘happiness’ lol.
Marcella loved every single one of them, she is growing up to be a very animal person, cats, dog, fish, giraffe, even mosquitos. On the other hand Matt was off climbing on the huge red tractor in the barn.
Apart from the sheep there were some other attractions, the decorations / design of the place does provide many photos opportunities, we were there very late in the afternoon so the weather was almost perfect but soon it was dark and it was time to go.
The following day we visited Santorini Park, there were rides, arcade and several attractions, a couple of hours can easily fly by here especially for the kids, just make sure you take a lot of cash with you :) lol.
All the rides that we went on were 120 THB per person, but if a child is below a certain height can be charged lower.
We only had about an hour when we visited Swiss Sheep Farm and Santorini Park, which for me was a little short, a couple of hours would have been much better :)
Supper was on everyone’s mind (mostly mine, lol), so it was time to go :)