publication date: Sep 22, 2011
author/source: Joe Edginton and James Minett
I really enjoyed my BedBUG sleepover
. The best bit
was the night tour
of the zoo
, it was such fun walking around the zoo
the dark, hearing and seeing
so many animals.
We had to cover our
with the red covering so that we would not disturb the animals
Playing with the HEXBUGS
was such fun and we played a game
where you had the name of an animal put onto your forehead
and you had
to guess who you were (I was an elephant
). I slept really well and was
when my Dad said he hadn’t slept a wink!
All in all we
all had a great night
and would highly recommend
it as a great treat
BedBUGS at London Zoo was brilliant! We had to wait for a while to
go in but it was worth it. We were to sleep on the floor in the bugs
house and when we finally went in to the zoo it was about two hours
before the tour so we had a chance to look around
the bugs house.
Everyone was split into two groups for the tour. One
group left before the other and the tour lasted for about an hour. We
went to see the monkeys first and they were showing off. Then we saw the
We were given a goodie bag including: the London Zoo magazine, a
drink and a HEXBUG. At about 11 o'clock we had a story read to us by one
of the helpers. After that the HEXBUG tracks came out and everyone
scrambled for the pieces! At midnight it was lights
out and everyone was asleep before half past twelve.
At five in the morning everyone was woken up by a roar from the
lion. At about seven o'clock we set off for the rain forest area and on
the way we stopped to see if the meerkats were awake, but they weren't.
After the rain forest area we went to the shop
and the new penguin beach.
I enjoyed it as we learnt a lot and it was fun. It would recommend
it to people who don't mind getting woken up by a lion and who like
animals. Overall it was extremely good.
PWT rating: ♥♥♥♥♥