Today we went to the Smithsonian Zoo. Their zoo was very cool and had more exotic animals than at the OKC zoo. It also seemed like the animals at this zoo were more active than the animals typically are at the OKC zoo. First we went to see the pandas. Bao Bao, the baby panda, was so cute and active. Bao Bao's mom was close to the glass eating the bamboo. I got some good photos. Then we went to see the otters and when the zoo keeper let them out they came running out in a little herd. And they would follow each other around in a line or a herd. It was so cute! Then they ran to the water and jumped in. They wrestled and swam. They would also grab rocks then swim and play with the rocks. After the zoo we drove to Williamsburg. Only making a stop at the Marine Core Museum. I felt so bad when we only stopped there for food. I wanted to look around because from what I could see the museum looked cool. After lunch we did some more driving. We arrived at Jamestown we took a tour of it. The tour guide took us around what they think Jamestown would have looked like. When we arrived on Williamsburg we did some shopping. We went to eat at Anne's Brick Oven Pizza. But instead of pizza we had pasta which was a nice change in food. After dinner we went to a thing were we were going to pretend to be enlisted into the continental army. They made us march and they yelled at us. If we didn't reply "No Sargent" or "Yes Sargent" they would get mad at us. Well one was giving us a speech and he turned to me and was like do you have a sister and I shook my head. Then he asked me if I had a brother and I shook my head yes. His follow up question was little or older then I said little. Then he said would I do anything to protect him, that's when I remembered to reply yes Sargent or no Sargent. To him I said yes Sargent. Than he asked what some more questions and I was scared. But yet it was the best moment of my life! After that we went to the hotel. Something I encountered for the first time was many people dressed in colonial clothing. We talked with many locals dressed in colonial clothing and they acted like they were apart of 1700's. Customs new to me where that there people still using the colonial way of doing things. Sasa over the trip has been great. She really helped us learn.