As I mentioned before, the camp site used to be a piece of farming land, and they still keep some animals that reflect the place’s history. It has a “public” meadow where visitors can see them and a “private” meadow where the animals can go if they want their privacy. We were lucky to be next to the private part. The management offers you to switch places if you don’t like the animal noises, but I quite enjoyed the chickens (no rooster, though), the sound of the goats and the occasional braying of the donkey.
Once a week the children can enter the meadow for an hour, but it is also ok to feed them appropriate snacks through the fence.
In case you’re wondering about the leather strips in front of his eyes, they keep the nasty flies away.
The sheep were not that fond of their human visitors, even if they brought extra greens. they ran away and retreated to the furthest point.
Except for this fellow, who clearly thought they were overdoing the whole herd animal thing.
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