Wednesday, April 29, 2009

It's Tough To Be A Bug

We visited Disney World Animal Kingdom and that was my second visit. We went to see my favorite attractions: Kilimanjaro Safaris and Festival Of the Lion King. We just walk and tour the place and have lunch in the Pizzafari Place. I saw the Bugs life in Discovery Island Place and I told my hubby that we will go and see . The show will start in 5 minutes and the trail goes all the way to the Tree of Life Root. It was so amazing because the stage is situated under the tree. Actually, it is already the root part. So, everyone was so anxious and when we are already seated, everyone just look around in great admiration about the whole place. Seems that you are in the cave. Then, Flick the ant came on the screen. He is just explaining what bugs do in their habitat. Because it is a 3-D, we have to wear a google and this is the kind of 3-D show that I appreciate the most. There are butterflies that you can see flying near you and the crowd, including me tried to touch it and play with it. Of course it is virtual. Then, Flick started to do crazy things and one of the bug emite a CO2 and you can smell the bad odor too. Then, one of the bug, just spit on the audience and you can feel that the spit splashing on your face too. LOL! Of course it is just a splash of water. Flick was so funny! Of course, Hopper is really scary and you will really scream if he comes near you because, it feels like you shrunk. Anyway, when the show ended, a voice over said, humans should not exit because the bugs should go first. All of a sudden, it feels that there are things crawling on the seat and so everybody jump from the seat. LOL! It was really fun! The children loves it the most!

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