Another flower at La Paz.
Nam in the garden.
Nam handles a snake. I was sort of surprised she did it. She's deathly afraid of bugs, but that's mostly because they have lots of creepy legs. Since a snake has no legs, it's not a problem for her.
Some kind of orchid.
A nifty plant inside the butterfly garden.
Wet, purple flowers.
Cool red flower.
Strange, striped plant.
Puff-ball flower. This reminds me of a truffula tree.
Chris examines a big leaf.
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