Joshua sniffed the ocean air deeply, and smiled at his new friend, Aegis the Squirtle who he'd recently adopted. "I bet it feels good to be in such a watery area, eh Aegis?"
"Squirtle squirt!" the Pokémon cried out enthusiastically.
"Well, we can lie on the beach later - now seems like a good opportunity to try and find some new, possibly rare Pokémon... Assuming you're allowed to go for captures here..." Joshua shook his head. He'd made that mistake before, and it had ended... Badly. He'd been chased out of the park by a horde of angry Rangers, and an even angrier Ursaring... Bears do not like Pokéballs. Aegis hadn't been around for that mishap, so he simply stared at the reminiscing man blankly.
"Hmm? Oh, right, we're here. Raine's Wildlife Park! Family fun with Whale Island's native Pokémon. Who could ask for more?" Apparently not many, given the size of the line. "... This might take a while..."
It was a full fifteen minutes before Joshua and Aegis reached the front of the line. Freakin families freakin everywhere. "One adult and one Pokémon, please. Quick question though, as a trainer, am I able to capture any of the wild Pokémon in here?"