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... over to the Adventure Park and found that the main roller coaster that was closed last time we came was now open - Hooray! It was a very long wait for "California Screamin'", about an hour outside in the sun. Although it was sunny, it wasn't overly hot, so in that respect it was bearable. Even though we waited so long, it turned out that they were running the roller coaster as efficiently as possible, having three trains that each hold 24 people, on at once. We finally got on and ...
... a Ferris wheel. When chose a swinging seat and when we got so far, our 'cage/seat' slid down and boy did it swing! Kelsi did not like this at all, which was a surprise considering the rides we had already been on! Got good views at the top and we actually went around twice!
Another ride had to be a water ride! This time we were prepared for it, well, as much as you can on a wet ride! The Grizzly River Run was a round boat that went down rapids ...
... to pay extra to view movies on the screen in front of you. The cost was about $8.00, so about how much you would pay for a student ticket to go see a movie at the theatre back home. Seems a bit of a rip off to have to pay that much to view a movie on a tiny screen thrusted in your face with mediocre sound and announcement interruptions. The Chinese couple in front of Jordan and I reclined their seats back before we even took off, so for the majority ...
... was excited to see Kangaroo Island sitting peacefully at the bottom of the Fleurieu Peninsula, picturing tourists coming and going at the Flinders Chase Visitor Centre where I worked for 8 months. An hour or so into the flight I was amazed to see snow capped mountains in the distance. Maybe they were the ones we stopped in on our way home from Sydney, Dad!?
Customs and security all went well, though I was stressing ...
... resembling a fairy tale, with flying buttresses and medieval architecture meant life long happiness. My dream home was more obscure. I liked anything unique, rustic and chic: I would rather be sent to prison than live in a something generic.
On the way to the sign Roy and I sang, danced, laughed, cried and conversed about everything typical of a Cancer- Pisces pairing. We are ruled by our emotions, and such awe- inspiring sights certainly brought a lot ...