|Waiting for the bus to pick us up.|
The safari was really awesome. We highly recommend it. We got close to a lot of animals in natural habitats. Here's just a few of the pics.
|rhino - saw these guys a few times.|
|lots of giraffes - love them.|
|can't go wrong with these guys either.|
|this is some kind of ancient, awesome tree (sorry Grammy I don't remember the name!)|
|lions. so we were that close. the guide actually said to not make sudden movements or noises at this part. nice!|
|love these guys too!|
|there were ponds that were just STOCKED with fish. I'm not sure how many were in there but it was an insane amount.|
|up close to some gorillas|
|lots of pretty scenery and bridges in this park!|
|we were told this is a "real concrete tree."|
The daily rain session came earlier that day, before lunch time. This time, instead of a "friendly" rain, it was a complete downpour. Daddy took the hit for us and went out looking for ponchos while we hid in an AWESOME playground, the boneyard (we were told ahead of time it was the best playground at Disney). We really appreciated the ponchos, but some water damage had already been done, and we went to our character lunch at Tusker House a little drippy...
We didn't even notice though, because the lunch was awesome. They really know what they're doing at this restaurant. The characters were on a really good rotation - they came around right when we got there, gave us a break while we ate, and came around AGAIN while we were finishing up. Nice!!
|Goofy might have been our most-seen character throughout the trip.|
|Daisy - Hailey was excited despite her face|
|Playing in the boneyard again later on|