Seaworld opened a new swimming park last month so we thought we should try it out.
What had really surprised me was, that you are allowed to take photos in the swimming parks. I don’t think that would be allowed in the UK. As I have recently bought an underwater housing for my camera, it was time to try it out.
First we tried Roa’s Rapids
Quite nice, infact the best thing there
Camera found this under water
The boys tried a slide, but found the queues were just too long to be bothered with any more slides.
Then we tried the inner tube river, far, far too short, but had a few good features
Including torture spots
Next the wave pool. I did not like this as all it did was make very choppy water. The one at Typhoon Lagoon which makes a very large wave every 90 seconds is far better
There was a bit of fooling around here
Some of the playground features looked good
I am just glad I was not standing under that bucket
Outside the park was this tree
With a strange fruit, about 6”, does anyone know what it is?
Update: thanks to Bronwyn in Australia I now know that it is a Screw Palm/Pine and that the fruit is not edible
Afterwards we went to Disney Quest, again, outside in the car park SS2 spotted this tour bus. We discovered that they were playing tonight and tomorrow night and the boys could have got tickets for tomorrow, poor boys, they will be on a plane then, never mind, perhaps another time.
I am now off to finish packing, we have to check out by 11am (4pm UK time) and be at the airport by 2pm. We should be home by 8am tomorrow morning UK time. I will try to take a few photos of the hotel etc before we leave.