A lot of fun.
So I plopped down $250 per person for the privilege to do so at O’ahu’s famed Sea Life Park.
Needless to say, I was inundated with comments about animal abuse.
And no, I have not seen The Cove.
It pretty much robbed me of all my joy for the activity so when I couldn’t get my nose piercing out (the park requires all piercings be removed), I wasn’t all that disappointed that I couldn’t do it.
Best to let my boys, who had been shielded from conversations about The Cove, enjoy the activity.
And enjoy it they did!
They swam, hugged, kissed, and rode the dolphins and had a great time.
And I truly enjoyed watching them.
Which was nice considering all the guilt I experienced for doing it in the first place.
So let it be known, if you decide to swim with dolphins in a park, you’re likely to get beaten down with stories about dolphin abuse so DON’T TELL ANYONE WHAT YOU’RE DOING OR ELSE!!!
Watching my boys swim with dolphins was the best disappointment of my whole trip to Hawaii.