When the rest of the family came back, we got quite a shock. With them, they had brought a lamb. Yes, a lamb. It had been named Mario by one of my brothers because he is the one who saved it from a thorn bush. When he got back with it, he sat down on a chair and wrapped it in a towel to keep it warm.
|"It's me, Mario!"|
|Me holding Mario.|
It wasn't hard feeding Mario because it was so hungry. After a few minutes after that, we decided to see whether Mario could stand up on its own (as we did that we checked the gender and it was a she).
|Mario can stand!|
After the wee had been cleaned up, I wrapped her up in a towel again and sat on a chair with her for a while.
Mum then told me we would be taking her to the Piso Monastery of Preveli to see if they would take care of her. I was glad that she would have a nice home to go to if they accepted her.
So we went to the Monastery together to drop off Mario. When we arrived we paid and they let us in. We then went to the museum to talk to the person in there. It wasn't a monk, but we talked to him anyway. He took the lamb and said, "She is strong." I didn't think she looked that strong, but oh well. We watched him take her away and put her in a cage near the goats, then we headed off to Palm Beach. This time on the way down my camera didn't run out of charge, so I could take some photos. We went down all the way to the rapids this time, and we all had a lovely time just walking through the palm trees.
|Some palm trees along the side of the path.|
|More palm trees.|
|And even more palm trees.|
|More palm trees...|
|Ok, there are alot of palm trees here!|
|Some pretty flowers on the side of the path.|
|A pretty poppy.|