Bali for Bairns- The Butterfly Park


Visual travel blogging here, a few photos to tell the story of our visit to Bali’s Butterfly Park.

This is the first in a wee series of photos about the things we enjoyed over there.

PS  ‘Bairns’ is Scots slang for children, as in ‘I’m so hungry I could eat a scabby-heided bairn.’

I’m linking to Wordless Wednesday over at My Little Drummer Boys, pop on over to enjoy some photos from lovely bloggers.

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Posted on: October 12, 2018


  • Reply October 12, 2011

    Me 'N my Monkeys!

    Holey doley there huge!

    I took my kids to the butterfly house in coffs harbour and they freaked out everytime a bug come near them hehe.

    Awesome shot! x

    • Reply October 13, 2011


      Thanks… and there are lots of comments coming in about the bravery of the kids, but actually it took a while for them to be brave enough. We watched other people for quite a while, and I had some walking on my hand before the twins had the courage to try, then they enjoyed having them so close up!

  • Reply October 12, 2011


    Those butterflies are huge! My little girl loved the butterfly enclosure at the Sydney Wildlife World but I think she might be just a bit scared of these ones. I’d love the experience though.

  • Reply October 12, 2011


    Wow, they are so big.
    Amazing looking bugs. Great shots.

  • Reply October 12, 2011


    Wow! Look at the size of those things! Incredible!
    Really great shots, Seana. And some super brave kids there!! Hehe! 🙂

  • Reply October 12, 2011


    What an adventure, and an amazing series of photos… Although I must say…. Gives me the newbie jeebies! Your kids are very brave… I’m not a big fan of critters 🙁

  • Reply October 12, 2011


    Woo Hoo! That’s what I love to see – kids getting close to creatures!

    Those spiny-leaf stick insects are awesome! So, is the moth. How spectacular!

  • Reply October 12, 2011


    Oh my gosh – they are HUGE! What a great experience!

  • Reply October 12, 2011

    Kym - Mumma's Mini Me

    Oh how brave are your kids to let them have huge stick insects on them and those huge butterflies! Great shots!

  • Reply October 12, 2011


    OhMiGosh those butterflies are massive! And amazing! I would have loved an experience like that as a child! I’m sure your kids won’t forget it anytime soon! Did you have any butterflies land on you? What did it feel like?

  • Reply October 12, 2011


    Wow what wonderful creatures. Lovely photos

  • Reply October 12, 2011


    Gorgeous photos. Looks like a fab holiday. x

  • Reply October 13, 2011


    Wow, those butterflies are big. We don’t have anything near that big where I live. We started a small butterfly garden after visiting a butterfly exhibit a couple years ago. My daughter enjoys watching the caterpillars and the butterflies.

    • Reply October 13, 2011


      Hello Eric, nice to hear from you. Is it hard to set up a butterfly garden, do you plant specific butterfly-attracting plants?? cheers

  • Reply October 13, 2011


    Happy WW.
    Thanks for linking up your beautiful massive butterflies . Awe struck by the size and braveness of your kiddos.

  • Reply October 13, 2011

    mums the word

    wow i would of freaked out if one of those had landed on me.. I have a very strange phobia of butterflys and moths.. scared to death which is so stupid I know but there it is 😛

  • Reply January 22, 2012


    We are visiting Bali in March. Thanks for reminding me about the butterflies! I hadn’t planned on a trip to see some, but must do so. Thanks for joining the Weekend Rewind x

    PS I have been meaning to pop over to your new blog. Going now x

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