As a blogger, writing about amazing vacation is an exciting task. For me, it's the best gift for being so passionate about sharing my own travel experiences. No wonder I accepted the invitation to visit Zoobic Safari again with my fellow online influencers.
Last time, I visited the popular theme park to celebrate World Animal Day 2016 at Zoobic Safari with Zoomanity Group and other guests. It was a memorable experience since I was able to witness the blessing of young animals that are part of the zoo at the said travel destination.
This time, we had a chance to experience what it would like to be blind through a special dinner event called "Dinner in the Dark" by Zoomanity Group. It's a unique experience for me since I had an opportunity to live in total darkness in less than an hour.
It's not really easy to be blind. Honestly, I didn't feel anxious when we were blindfolded to enter the dining hall. At that time, I was imagining the kind of food and drinks they will serve us. It's a good thing that a blind woman named Rosette guided us inside the dining hall. Her husband gave a short talk after dinner. Before eating, I used my sense of touch to have an idea of what they served us. We ate paella valenciana, hardinera, breaded onion rings, and a dessert. It was memorable.
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