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Following on from our slightly rough start in Miami...
Gus and I caught the 8am bus to Orlando. It was a four hour trip North on the interstate. The orlando climate is very humid and stays around 30 degrees. A lot of the topography is very flat and the vegetation is very swampy and green. Along large stretches on the roads we were …
... line in front of them was the last one and they would be on the standby list, basically this means you turn up to each show and see if someone gets stage fright, then you can take their place, decision was taken that it wasn't worth another hour in line and all ambition to become a jedi were gone in a flash, a bit like our first hour in the park, but that's how it goes.
The disappointment was soon forgotten when we discovered that the walk on line ...
... and not hugely interesting to us. The kids went on a few rides here while Gary and I watched some of the Disney characters doing their funky dances. There is a wide variety of places to eat, from sit down restaurants to take away, and we chose a sit down restaurant called the Yak and Yeti. The food is inspired by Indian/Nepalese flavours and very tasty. As with most restaurants over here, they also featured a burger on their menu.
After lunch, we made ...
... American People Art and see a collection of paintings by artist Earl Cunningham.
9. Dine at TheRavenous Pig dining establishment and request for some "unsightly ends.".
10. Paddle the swan watercrafts around Lake Eola.
11. Browse through Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World providing 150,000-square-feet of buying and enjoyable, and a 7,000-gallon incredibly fish tank.
12. See jeopardized amur leopards and various other interesting animals at the ...
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