Another round of adventure begins in Chiang Mai today as we headed to a Christian Preschool in the village areas of Chiang Mai where Vanessa used to carry out her Church’s mission work. She knew the owners of the Preschool personally and they agreed to take us for a visit to their preschool called Good Kids Preschool.
After playtime, they had their nap time where they take a quick nap before another new activity begins. It’s almost like a childcare centre where the kids well-being are taken care for. It was also a happy day for these children as there was a birthday celebration happening and each of them had an ice cream!
The controversial debate about Zoo sometimes bother me for I am not certain if visiting a zoo is supporting unethical practices of depriving animals from having a suitable environment to live in. Putting animals in enclosures are somewhat like locking animals in prison except that it is less restrictive. However, in this safari where the grounds could span any hectares across the land and where the tame animals are allowed to roam freely about, it didn’t seem all too cruel to keep the animals there for people like us to learn and study more about them. Animals should live in their natural habitats but if there isn’t a place called the zoo, I might not even get the chance to see a polar bear or panda. There’s always this dilemma.