I'm not sure what I was expecting, but it was kind of gross and smelly. Apparently there used to be elephants there and it was more of a safari/tourist place, but now it's just a run-down croc farm. Sad.
But I paid our entrance fee (Rp 30,000 for two tickets) and we looked at the row of "small" ones in the "small cages" and then the "big" ones out in the swampy area. Robby asked if I wanted to feed them a chicken. No thanks, but you can!!! I gave him the Rp 10,000 and he grabbed a chicken and tossed it over the wall! I like Robby!! He does some crazy stuff for me! :) BUT, the croc didn't eat it!! So then the worker chucks in another one and he ate that. Crunch, crunch. So gross.
They also had sate buaya (croc on a stick) for sale for Rp 3,000. No, thanks, I'll pass. I've eaten crocodile in Papua New Guinea, and for some reason it just sounds tastier when on a hotel menu. This place looked dodgy, and the kitchen dodgier. We left within 20 minutes of getting there. Eh, just another Tuesday morning living in Borneo! Ha!
On the way back I stopped in at The Beach House for lunch and read a good chunk out of my book. I did a bunch of nothing around the house in the arvo, then invited my friend over for beer and yapping. I picked him up around 3:30 and returned him to his house nearly 11 pm! Yesterday was one of those days that I forgot that I'm supposed to "miss" employment! :)