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... Princesses at the Flying Fish for a scrumptious dinner with laughs, interesting conversation and an opportunity to get to know Monica, Ann, Liz, Cathy and Colleen). We set off again on our own (as the others were going nighty, nighty in preparation for their 5 km run starting at 6 am tomorrow). Allison and I jumped on the Disney shuttle bus to the Magic Kingdom! Mickey here we come.
The main purpose of our trip to the Magic Kingdom was to shop ...
... Our connecting flight had to be held in Atlanta. We went directly from one flight to the next (with Carlton running and me walking as fast as my short legs could go) with no potty or refreshment break. Unbelievably, our luggage made it, too! During the five hour flight commitment made:
NEED TO FLY MORE COMFORTABLE FLIGHTS!
WORTH IT TO SEE OUR FAMILY! ...
... Park day. Passes and time run out tomorrow!
Animal Kingdom today. Now that is a confusing set up... deep in the jungle... one must walk rather a ways to reach the scene of action from even the turnstiles. Punctuating along the way are small open spaces with birds and animals (anteater... he was was hiding!) and then it opens up to multi directional park space. Africa, Asia, Dino-land and Discovery Island.
We trekked about most of it. If memory serves, by the time we left ...
... and dancers. The Disney railway steam train filled the gaps and helped cut down on the walking.
It was another hot and humid day which meant that standing out in the open was hard work. Many of the waiting areas for rides have air-conditioning or fans which is a great relief, but standing out for the parade brought a new meaning to hot for Sarah and Emma. They loved the parade and then moved straight to Splash Mountain as each ride presented an ...
... After about 10 of those we boarded our little boats for the journey through the small world. It was fantastic. Hundreds of puppets of traditional people from all over the world singing "It's a Small World" Mostly in English. I took lots of photos but my camera decided to be 'busy' fairly often so I missed quite a few cultures.
Soon after that we saw the 3 ugly sisters, almost the only characters we saw all day interacting with the public. ...