Jungle Days and Jungle Nights
Latest Happenings at Eden-Page 45
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28/07/05 Large numbers of visitors head for Eden to see the summer flowers and join in the summer events with their families.
28/07/05 The 3 o'clock Bug parade is very popular with the children and adults alike.
28/07/05 'Keane' to get ready for Monday night the stage is being made ready.
28/07/05 'Dublin' fixing a safety fence that surrounds part of the higher viewing circles, really good views of the stage from here.
28/07/05 Summer flowers. The Zip wire is now in full zip, you can pre book, but today it was not necessary to do so, you just buy a ticket from ticketing and off you go.
28/07/05 Zip Wire info, this is going to be very popular all summer season.
25/07/05 Fire finale on a Jungle night - Mondays to Thursdays until 10.00 pm
25/07/05 Flaming torches illuminate the way out at the end of your evening. Dhol Foundation in the Warm Temperate Biome
25/07/05 The Flying Doctor on his way down the Zip Wire. One of the first girls from the Eden Team to test the Zip Wire, it should be open to the public from tomorrow.
25/07/05 The gates open and you're ready to go!
25/07/05 Crowds watch as you Zip by and eventually arrive safely on the link building roof.
21/07/05 The Prairie, just beginning to flower. The Zip wire is just visible, click and see?
21/07/05 From the zip wire launch platform your destination is the distant cliff face, eventually coming to rest on the link building roof. Come next Monday it should all be up and running.
21/07/05 At the far end of the Zip wire the rescue procedures are being tested.
20/07/05 Summer gardens at Eden
20/07/05 Lavender fields at Eden
19/07/05 'Phygelius aequalis' Yellow Trumpet and Poppy time at Eden
19/07/05 A Salad Bar is now open in the Gallery from 11am to 3.30pm
19/07/05 The launch platform for the Zip wire, this has got to be the longest and highest Zip wire I have ever seen. The yellow ropes disappear into the distant hills. These ordinary ropes will be replaced with a steel wire shortly. If you have the courage, and you need it! zip your way to a thrilling ride later this week.
19/07/05 The largest jungle in captivity, get harnessed up and see it from the tree tops.
19/07/05 I can personally recommend these balloon flights in the HTB, an incredible experience.
18/07/05 Marketing director Dave, served drinks to a full gallery of about 300 invited guests from tourist information centres, hotels and guest house's, after a short presentation on the late evening events this year, then most of us were off to sample the hog roast. In my case I wanted to get a good picture of the balloon flights in the Biome.
18/07/05 Photo calls for Tim and Gaynor, friends and visitors
18/07/05 Gaynor (Eden's managing director) is no mean photographer herself.
Natural poppies and other wild flowers line the banks on this pleasant evening.
18/07/05 The Hog Roast was very tasty, in the WTB Zambula and Laye Sow were playing to the delight of all who ventured in there.
18/07/05 "OK", he said, "just put on this harness and pop up the ladder" I wonder what I had volunteered to do here!
18/07/05 Before I knew it, I was in the hot seat and my body weight was being balanced with the lift of the balloon. Just before this point I dropped my camera on it's nose and completely
Kn*****ed it. A very kind lady had the same model Nikon 8800, the rest of the shots were taken with her camera with my memory chip in it. --Nikon a replacement quick please!!
18/07/05 An exhilarating rather than scary experience, once you stop shaking that is! the fantastic panorama is worth it though.
You can do this too it's just £5 for a flight, not to be missed in the HTB.
18/07/05 Gaynor and Barbara down by the Hog Roast. The famously helpful and incredibly talented Andy from St. Austell TIC, seen here digitally signing autographs.
02/07/05 Becky posing for me in the media centre. Dave in full control centre stage.
02/07/05 The roof of the Education Resource Centre looking towards the core, an amazing building. Heathers last day at Eden, today as site controller. Every one will miss her smiling face in and around the site, rumours are you may see her near Heligan Gardens.
02/07/05 Africa Calling Live8 at Eden, exciting, intimate, moving and enjoyable. Full report
02/07/05 Hog Roast
02/07/05 Eden's own celebrity supporter, Esther Rantzen.
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