So as I said, this happened 11 years ago. California Adventure wasn't very adventurous, and the Maliboomer still stood at 180 feet, and the puke shields made us both laugh. By the way, those weren't puke shields…they just kept the scream levels to a minimum. Jake and I decided to ditch our brother Josh, due to the fact that his future ex-wife was as annoying as a never ending car alarm, and twice as stupid. So we ventured out, we two, to explore the land that is Disney for the umpteenth time.
What really struck me on that trip was, no matter how old you get (I was 20 at the time) Disneyland still possessed that same magical feeling. That right there was something worth noting. You don’t have to be a kid to enjoy Disney! Jake and I did the usual: tried to hit all of the rides as fast as we could. It was working great! We did California Adventure in just two hours, but remember, there was only like four rides there at the time… Things were going great, the day was flying by. By noon we were already in Disneyland. We had some corn dogs, churros, and of course, the Dole Whip Floats. The day was epic, and we were bloated. We strolled over to Indiana Jones and got in line. Whilst we were in line, there were a few semi-good-looking girls looking at us. Okay, me. Maybe Jake. No, it was definitely me. We ignored them…okay, Jake ignored them. I'm pretty sure he thought girls still had cooties. I may have shot them a smile, but that was it. We continued our day.
|This is where free pizza happens.|
The next day my brother and I were at it again. The sun came up, we had some good eats for breakfast, and then hit the parks again! Things were going great, we hit all of the same rides, and then, while we were at Disneyland, a parade decided to break out right out of nowhere! We were currently residing in the Land of Fantasy, and I wanted to go on Alice in Wonderland, which is a Disney Gem all in itself. While we were enjoying our ride, we could hear the parade going by, and then when we burst through the doors of the ride, on top of the cement leaves and bridge, the site that we saw was nothing less than epic. Right in front of us, at eye level, was Tarzan, riding on a huge fake elephant, and I lost it.
|Real easy to creep this guy out...|