Friday, December 14, 2012


monkey see, monkey don't

a purple fire hydrant

welcome to Grizzly Gulch

people waiting for the coasters
After trying all the rides at the Toy Story section, we went to another spot called "Grizzly Gulch" which was the great Wild West. We tried another roller coaster here and we thought it would be not be that scary and we were actually wrong. During the ride, there would be one point when we thought the whole thing had ended but then the coasters started to lurch at full speed and the whole world turned upside down.

By this time we were actually a bit exhausted but we still had to see one of the most important events of the park - the parade. So while waiting for it to start, we went to take a ride on the train at the pink railway station.

It was a pleasant ride round the park with majority of the passengers were parents with small kids and senior citizens. We didn't care, as long as we could get the chance to sit down before started walking again.

And at 3:30 p.m., at the main road near the entrance, the parade of famous cartoon characters started. We couldn't secure a good spot to watch the long-awaited parade. There were just too many people. Where did all these people come from? When we were arrived this morning, the whole place belonged to us but at that time, not anymore. To make thing worse, it started to rain and people were using their umbrellas but at the same time blocking the views of people behind. We only snapped pictures from afar and lucky enough, the floats were designed in a way the characters were located high in the air so we could see them clearly, but we could not see the other parade members and sexy girls who were walking/dancing on the street.

So that wraps up our adventure in the magical land of Disney. We had fun, a lot of it and for one thing, you would never be too old to enjoy yourself here.
 We left the magic and fantasy and went back into the world of reality.