Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Animal From Abroad


Aaron and Sue have been with us for the past week or so as part of their world tour. They arrived in London from India last Saturday, and the first stop on our itinerary was the doctor's to get a rabies shot for Aaron. He and an angry Indian monkey did not see eye to eye on some key issues.

See, Aaron was handing out peanuts in a monkey temple (yes, a religious monkey no less), and all these temple monkeys were grateful, except for one. Yes, some monkeys aren't interested in peanuts, or bananas, or blueberry muffins; some monkeys just want to watch the world burn.

Anyway, it's lucky Aaron got this particular shot in time, otherwise he wouldn't have been let past the dock at Greenwich (above).

4 comments:

Helen | Pepperina Press said...

Trust a Lewis to anger a religious monkey.

I'm guessing it took most of Aaron's self-restraint not to pull some foaming-at-the-mouth prank at the border...?

Anonymous said...

Actually, on first look at that photo I thought it said "Babies Prevention" ....

Helen | Pepperina Press said...

Of course Babies Prevention can also be helpful.

Shell said...

You heard that he thought it would be a funny joke to bite Sue on the day it all happened right?