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Captain Jack Sparrow
Captain Jack Sparrow
Pirates of the Caribbean
The Magic Kingdom is set out in different “lands”, Fantasy Land - for the little ones, Liberty Square, Frontier Land, Future Land, Tomorrow Land, Mickeys Toontown Fair (Shortly to be upgraded) and the Adventureland.
Adventure Land houses the Swiss Family Robinson Tree House, The Magic Carpets of Aladdin, The Enchanted Tiki Room, The Jungle Cruise and the most famous of all, The Pirates of the Caribbean - the inspiration for three major films starring Johnny Depp.
The Pirates of the Caribbean is a slow boat ride down to the caves which house the Pirates. We take a small plunge down into the world of the pirates and their antics. Johnny Depp’s Cap’n Sparrow now features in this ride and pops up all over the place. You will drift slowly through trying to take it all in, there is so much to see you will want to go back time and time again to this ride. See the pirates chasing “wenches” or just lying drunk and talking to dogs and cats. These lovable rogues are the most wonderful animatronic models and it is hard not to believe that they are real pirates.
Next on to the Jungle Cruise, a little tame after the pirates, but a lot of fun anyway. \You will be taken on a jungle cruise boat through continents and see wild animals (animatronics again). Hippos bathing, elephants drinking at the side of the river, monkeys playing in the trees, and don’t forget to look out for head hunters - the type that shrink heads - not the ones that offer you a job.
The Magic Carpets of Aladdin is a carousel ride for the little ones very similar to the Dumbo flying Elephants in Fantasy Land where they sit on Magic Carpets and rise slowly in the air and down again. The Enchanted Tiki Birds is a show of talking birds and a great chance for a sit down to rest tired feet!
Last but not least in this area, is the Swiss Family Robinson Tree House. This is a replica of the tree house from the story and film of the same name. You climb right to the top and look in to the rooms as you pass by. There is no rush so you can stop and wander around the rooms and see the make shift things that they managed with after they were castaway on the desert island.
Food here is courtesy of the El Pirata Y El Perico Restaurant a Caribbean themed food outlet.
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