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The photo trippie, part 2

Discussion in 'Trip Reports' started by Dawn, Aug 30, 2010.

  1. Dawn
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    The first morning.

    4am
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    Just after 4am
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    Perkins tremendous 12 - traditional first morning breakfast
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    Walmart!
    The British section
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    How much!!??
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    Ummmmm...
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    Playing with the Walmart purchase.
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    Steven's $2.50 packed lunch from Walmart. :thumbsup:
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    Then Steven found this.
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    Then off to Downtown Disney - T Rex
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    Lego brick wall
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    Then we met this guy
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    Then Steven tried on hats in World of Disney
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    The Art of Disney
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    And then some of this.
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    Mmmmmm, giant Krispie heads.
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    Guess which one of us has had the blue sherbet. :lol:
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    Then it was light sabre building time.
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    Look at these. :thumbsup:
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    And this guy was outside.
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    Then we were finished at Downtown Disney so it's off to Joe's Crab Shack for dinner.
    Steven had a Shark Nibble to drink
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    Children's dessert.
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    And the strawberry daquiri with whipped cream for Auntie Jo.
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    Next will be Chef Mickey's and the Magic Kingdom.
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    Brilliant photos :yes:
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    Love the Lego brick wall. :yes:
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    They are great photos, some of them made me laugh! :lol:
    Steven looks so unimpressed with the shark in his drink - and i like the face you are pulling when you are drinking your coke! :lol:
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    Oh meant to ask, is the mr potatohead pick n mix still there or is that where the light saber thing is now?
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    Brilliant mate really brilliant
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    Fab pics. x
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    These are excellent :)
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    Ah sherbet. I thought the boy was cold! ;)
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    mmmm I now want crab legs.

    Do they not make adult diapers in the UK?
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    Mmmmm. I may be missing something in translation here :D

    Superb photos! :thumbsup: We must have missed the Build a Light Sabre thingie in January. A reason to go back :D
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    Yes they still have the Potato Head thingy.

    Umm adult diapers are available but generally not in a supermarket - more of a speciality item really.
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    Those claws looked delicious - that place just went on my list for next time!!

    I thought the thing with the diapers was that they were in the "British" section - or did I overthink that one?

    You really can't buy them in a supermarket in the UK?
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    Well to be honest I've never shopped for them. But in Walmart there was a whole section of loads of different types. Must check next time I'm in Tesco.
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    I hate the term "adult diapers!" :nono: Briefs, please. Our Elders don't wear diapers, rather disposable briefs. And yes. It does matter.
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    Yes ma'am, agreed - much better term!
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    Fantastic pictures :yes: Why are you drinking jam from a jar? :unsure:
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    It's a mason jar and it's root beer. We bought 3 of the jars home with us. The jars come free with a cocktail or are $1.99 with a soft drink. :D
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    :rotfl: I really thought you where pretending to drink Jam!!

    Mmm I like root beer :yes:
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    I only used the term "diapers" so that everyone would know what I was talking about.

    This makes me wonder if we Americans have more control issues than the rest of the world :unsure:

    I bought a bottle of sweet tea vodka just to get the free mason jar :tongue:

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