Making Friends Around the World

Conversation-starved world travelers find listening ear among the furry folk.

A few moments with a dog in Vilcabamba, Ecuador.

Good Morning! Mind sharing a few crumbs? (Romania)

Keeping my distance, I didn’t want to be the one to tell these Morrocon goats they would soon be Islamic sacrifices.

Is your mama a llama? (Cuenca, Ecuador)

The seagulls were happy to see us (Istanbul) but the dog (Italy) and cat (Kotor) were dreaming and the lizard didn’t stop to chat.

 

A nap in the sun is enjoyable the whole world over!

A Thai turtle in Bangkok.

Recently a strong earthquake on Ecuador’s northern coast caused tremendous devastation. I wonder how all our friends are doing in Santa Marianita Beach, Ecuador.

 

Birds of a feather flock together in Cuenca, Ecuador.

Hola! Se habla español?

A gazelle intently munching at EnGedi, Israel.

No! I absolutely do not want to take you home with me. (Albino Burmese Python in Bangkok, Thailand

 

Since there isn’t a language barrier we can’t resist stopping to greet a dog or cat. 

Appropriately named, Latte gave us a very enthusiastic welcome before settling down next to us while we had coffee in her master’s coffee shop in Busan, South Korea.


Meeting a sweet cat in Istanbul, Turkey.


As we traveled around the world we found ourselves talking to the animals.

One response to “Making Friends Around the World

  1. This post is so much different than I expected and I’m so happy!!!!!! It’s so so cute 🙂 thank you for sharing and making me smile!! I’m also a travel blogger- but I having considered any posts about animals 🙂

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