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... Mania' ride. We hopped into a little cart and got to play a heap of arcade style games to get as many points as possible! Mum beat me, we both wanted to go back on that one though, unfortunately we didn't get a chance to make it back there though.
We continued along the pier and back over to 'Goofy's Sky School' which I convinced Mum to come on, it was a small roller coaster, very proud of her, she's tacked two so far and even kept her eyes open on this one!!
... heart weep!
I understand that the Park is busy every day, but I think it may have been a little more so due to being a Sunday. With this in mind, I think we actually did pretty well, and covered most of the rides we liked the look of, if only once each. It certainly gave us enough of an idea so that we know how to plan our attack over the next week or so.
I am really impressed with the whole ‘production’ at Disneyland Park. Considering the ...
... usually there at this time of day. And then Alex appeared. "Baba Trey" We are walking to the bridge for a sunset viewing. Would you like to attend? He was being so sweet. What he really meant was " Baba Trey, can we take you to the bridge for your final Sunset. We see that you are in deep meditation, but please allow the honor." I was delighted to be in their company. (See photos.) And then we returned to the house on Sadhoo Beedi road, ...
... measure. A sturdy 3 cm hose is simply dropped in place to the bottom of the well. An electric pump on the roof pulls the water up the hose and deposits it into a large black plastic tank on the roof. It auto-shuts off when the tank is full. PVC pipes from the tank gravity feed the water into the house....kitchen...and bathrooms. Simple idea. Good engineering. But wait! You are asking if we are just drinking that water straight out of the well with no filtration ...
... so he could ride this ride. He too, has been waiting.
Upon arrival, we dashed straight for the CARS racers ride, and to our surprise they were allowing us to line up at 10:00 a.m. despite a sign saying ride is closed til 11 a.m. Lucky for us, we only waited 30 minutes while our 4-year old son showed much apprehension about the ride, even through easy negotiations of permitting him to buy himself a dual lightsaber. You'd think this kid ...
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