Nature Day


So yesterday was Nature Day. We started our adventure about 1pm visiting the Garden of the Groves. The Garden of the Groves is best described as a nature habitat. It was named after the man who spruced up Freeport. The garden was filled with many birds ranging from parrots to geese. The geese just freely walked around the garden. The parrots were extremely beautiful with many colors and glorious wings. In the garden there was also a wide range of different beautiful flowers. We climbed a few stairs to get up a hill where there was an old fashion church. You know the kind that’s very tiny that still has pews. It was cute. There was a fair share of mosquitoes as well.  Even though I melted the garden gave a beautiful insight to wildlife in Freeport.

The second half of the day we went to the beach. We all had been wanting to go to the beach. It was beautiful. I am 100% a beach girl. I love the water and sand.   The clouds started to look a little gray, but we braved the storms anyway. We all had a great time. Some of us swam and played in the ocean while others raced on the beach. It was a beautifully blissful hour right before the clouds split open and poured on us. As we all ran to the car with the rain pouring on us, I thought about how truly blessed we are to have beaches in general.

All in all even with the rain it was a great day. I was able to see all of the beautiful flora and fauna that the beautiful city of Freeport has to offer. If you have any questions, comments, or concerns please feel free to leave comments in the comment section. Also follow my Instagram @lifeasmalpal for more pictures.

Carpe diem,




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