Happy Thursday everyone! About two weeks ago I wrote my first Travel Diary from Lisbon.
I was - and still am - very impressed by Lisbon and the many things I've seen there.
I've taken so many pictures that I can't fit them all in one post (you'd be reading for about an hour) so I decided to split them into different posts. Today I'd like to take you away from the cold December weather and back to the warm and cosy Lisbon.
The biggest part of this post is going to be the Oceanarium that I visited in Lisbon. I love underwater worlds - they are truely fascinating and can be so gorgeous! It was really fun to see some of the fish and crabs that I watch on "Tanked" and "Deadliest Catch".
I'm also going to show you some things that I saw on my way over. Mostly, a lot of grafitti art! Have a look!
The Ocenarium had a big tank where you could walk around. Each level made a different kind of fish visible and it was just so cool. At the bottom of the tank you saw different things than at the top of the tank.
I felt like a little kid in a candystore. On the way in, there's also a few posters with species that are dying and what the Oceanarium has done to prevent that. Very interesting!
This is for sure one of the most beautiful places I have been to. I think I spent about three hours just walking around and then I spent another hour just sitting in the seats that look out on the big tank. The last thing I saw as I was on my way out was this shark. He was so close and right on my eye level. Exciting for sure, but as he got closer, I got out!
Thanks a lot for reading!
I hope I'll see you on Saturday! Have a good one!