I love travelling… What’s the one thing I love more than travelling? Looking back on memories of travelling! (you starting to see a pattern yet?! ;). The best way to remember an adventure is to keep souvenirs. I like to get stickers from each place I travel to and put them in a scrapbook. Each sticker has its own special story to tell. I have decided to do a series in which I give you the goss on each sticker in the scrapbook and since Disney are kind enough to give them away for FREE I thought I’d start with Disney’s Animal Kingdom, this really was an adventure.
Here’s the sticker I got from the Animal Kingdom:
On the first day of our Florida holiday we planned to get up early and go to the Magic Kingdom, however we followed the wrong signs and landed at the Animal Kingdom, but boy am I happy we did because we arrived at an amazing animal sanctuary. We were lucky enough to get on one of the most popular attractions, the Kilimanjaro Safari without the huge line (win). Tigers, Elephants, Hippos, all from the safety of the vehicle with a super enthusiastic tour guide who clearly loved his job and it wasn’t hard to see why.
Being a Sci-Fi lover I just had to go on DINOSAUR The time travel thrill ride which took you back to prehistoric times using future technology. You ride in a time travel buggy (looks a bit like a Jeep or a Landrover) and almost get eaten by dino’s whilst trying to survive the meteor. I actually went on this twice! It was so exciting.
The next Dino ride was the Primeval whirl, a bit like the cat and mouse in the UK. This is a spinning thrill ride which is lots of fun. It did leave me feeling a little dizzy though.
During this adventure I also got to hear many extraordinary stories of how Disney use this park to protect animals which was extremely inspiring. (What blogger doesn’t need a little inspiration every now and then?!)
No Disneyworld trip is complete without acting like a big kid and I’m no exception. (In fact if there was a kiddies sleepover I’d probably be the one making a blanket fort and stealing all the s’mores hehe). With this in mind I decided to go on the TiceraTop Spin. On face value this seems like any other kids ride goes up, spins round sort of like a balloon ride. However what makes this one special is that you get to control how high or low it goes and the angle it’s poised at, this is great fun and super-helpful if you have nervous children.
Anyway that’s it for this scrapbook story.
Planning a trip to Disneyworld? Check out my tips! http://alyssastravelling.blogspot.co.uk/2015/08/alyssas-tips-for-wonderful-walt-disney.html
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