More on Mogo

Apart from the splendid food at Tyler’s Pantry, there are at least two other reasons to visit Mogo.

1) The Mogo Zoo, a collection of exotic, mostly threatened species, easily seen at close quarters compared with other zoos. The animals are cheerful, the keepers are relaxed, the otters and meerkats are predictably cute, there are opportunities to meet the animals up close (for a handsome fee) and there are ostrich eggs for purchase at the shop.


2) The Mogo Pottery and Painting Gallery, a collection of ceramic products made on-site in the corner of an old church. There are beautiful coloured glazes and good prices. ImageImage

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