The stand by line was a lot shorter when I got back to it, so I jumped on in. It hit me how truly international of a destination Disney World is while I was in line here, there were conversations going on in several different languages all around me and none of them were English.
None of these animals spoke English, although some of them probably understand some words.
This hippo was climbing out of the water when we passed, but I was sitting on the wrong side of the truck to get a good shot.
I know the vultures aren't technically a part of the safari, but I always like them anyway.
The alligators always look exactly the same.
It must have been around feeding time because all the giraffe's were hiding around some doors in the back.
Dig this wildebeest though. He doesn't care.
Baby elephant alert:
I loved the flamingo reflections in the water here.
By the time I finished, it was just about time for my faspass, so I sat on a bench and talked to Alan until it was time for me to get back into the line. The fastpass line was huge by then, but it probably was more quick than when I had just been in standby.
Definitely feeding time this time. There was a keeper holding those branches. What a great job that would be.
Can you see the ankole cattle through the grass?
The giraffes were stalking the trucks this time around. There was a traffic jam of trucks waiting to get past the ones standing in the road.
And dig the cheetahs. They were out wandering around too.
This rhino had places to be and didn't even mind that he needed to walk right next to the truck.
After the safari I suddenly remembered that it was the almost last day of our special 40% discount and I needed to shop! I stopped in a couple stores and bought some stuff for my momma and for Danny and then I left the park.