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RiverCat Journal : Las Vegas : Mandalay Bay Shark Reef

Posted by on May 14, 2016

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Current Venue: Las Vegas, NV
Campground: Thousand Trails

The Mandalay Bay Shark Reef is a must-see when in Las Vegas. The first few exhibits feature crocodiles, reptiles, piranha, and this beauty…


Then you see sharks — lots and lots of sharks. You’d think with a dozen species to take aim at, you’d capture at least one good shot. Nope, not even my video did them justice. I did have better luck with the jellies…


And I couldn’t get enough of these guys…

Some of the larger sharks get to roam around in a 1.3 million gallon tank, one of the largest in North America.

While most people would agree Las Vegas is more of a Disney for adults, there are clearly some world-class family attractions here, as well. It was refreshing to witness children of all ages having a great time here. By the time I finished the tour, I felt like a child again, myself! A fun day.

I get so intensely focused when I’m in Vegas sometimes, I’ve admittedly missed a couple of my monthly One-Day Fun-Days. These are days I do nothing work-related, project-related, or gambling-related — just fun. I really intend to commit to this the remainder of 2016. It’s important!


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