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    Well are there?

    We did the Pirate Makeover last time and he really enjoyed that. Until the heavy makeup got too hot in the sun.

    Is there anything else that a 10 year old boy might like as a special treat. He's pretty good at making friends so letting him go off without us wouldn't be a problem

    Too many girl things about again. Even Brave has spawned a new princess.

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    Tough one. I'll be interested in the answers too. Years ago Innoventions was good for kids who were old enough to be left alone for a bit. They had experiential video games and other "new" things. Now it's not the same of course.






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    What about the Archery Experience at Fort Wilderness.

    It's open to resort guests and non-guests, ages 6 and up, the 90-minute experience costs $25 (plus tax) per person, includes equipment and instruction and can be booked up to 90 days in advance by calling 407/939-7529.

    There is some more information and a video about it here









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    Oooooh Mummy and Daddy met at the University of Sussex Archery Club.

    Will definitely look into that one.

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    If ever there is a tomorrow when we're not together.......
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    But if I win the lottery we'll do the Wild Africa Trek. Zipline over the hippos!

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    My two did the pirate cruise from the GF a few years ago and loved it! They do them from a few of the resorts I think.






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    The behind the scenes train thing at magic kingdom is good.


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    I was also going to suggest the pirate cruise

    Also, I the expric drivig experience has something like a "ride along", not sure at what age it starts though


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