Jul 18

Norman gallops into Thailand

Norman gallops into Thailand Norman drinks some water in Thailand

Norman galloped into Thailand and was very excited to learn everything about this exotic Southeast Asian country. It was an especially exciting time for him to be in Thailand as the Songkran festival had just begun! The local people explained to Norman that this festival is a celebration of the traditional Thai New Year. Norman wanted to participate in all of the different events that day, so he went to the ceremony of Buddha and the throwing of water. This is one of the most popular Songkran celebrations, and Norman had great fun throwing water at everyone.

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Jul 18

Next stop on Norman’s global trot was to Indonesia

Next stop on Norman’s global trot was to Indonesia Norman makes new friends at InCow Jaya Farm

The next stop on Norman’s global trot was to Indonesia. He was very excited to reach Indonesia as he had heard that there were over 18,000 islands, many of which spoke a variety of languages and had different cultural traditions. Norman spent his morning on Komodo Island; he was amazed by the spectacular scenery and thought that the beaches seemed very romantic because of the pink sand. One of the local men explained that there are few pink sand beaches in the world.

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Jul 17

Norman visits New Zealand

Norman visits New Zealand Norman hanging out in New Zealand

The next stop on Norman’s global trot was New Zealand, where he received a traditional Maori welcome. Galloping out of Auckland’s International Airport, he was ready for some sight seeing and ventured into the City of Sales, Auckland. Norman was very excited when he saw the majestic Waitemata Harbour and galloped across the beautiful Harbour Bridge. He sat here for a moment soaking up the brilliant sunshine and watching all of the yachts sail along the water!

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Jul 14

Chile was next on Norman's trot list

Chile was next on Norman's trot list

Chile was next on Norman's trot list. Unbelievably thin and unreasonably long, Chile stretches from the belly of South America to its foot, reaching from the driest desert on earth to the vast southern glacial fields. Norman was looking forward to experiencing the diverse landscape which stretches over 4,300km, filled with valleys, volcanoes, ancient forests, clear rivers, massive glaciers and fjords. Norman took this opportunity to trek the Andes. When he reached the top he was welcomed by a full 360 degree view of Chile at its finest.

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