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Orlando Day 2 : Walt Disney World Animal Kingdom

I was very busy and distracted by... life's complications last week so didn't have time to post more pictures . Excuses aside, I am back to share more about my awesome Disney vacation in Orlando.

View from our hotel : HUGE Mickey statue

On day 2, we went to Animal Kingdom, which I absolutely LOVED . Unlike Magic Kingdom, Animal Kingdom was not overly crowded on the day and the wait times were very short. The day went velvet smooth and I finished much of everything I wanted to do before 7 PM

Tree of life, the proud icon of Animal Kingdom

The tree of life is engineered to look like a real, living tree and it has intricate carvings of nearly 400 animals. Beneath the tree is is a theatre which currently plays a cute 3D movie called "It's Tough to be a Bug".


Daisy and ... I dont know what the little ones are called

This is Camp Minnie-Mickey, a character meet and greet trail, which I loved (I guess I'm still a child at heart). Timing is essential since it is available only during certain periods of the day, and lining up is required for each character which can be time-consuming. Also, since the trail is right beside the Lion King theatre, the lines tend to be much longer right after the show when people cleared out of the theatre. I suggest you do this first thing in the morning if interested.


No idea what movie they are from, but their fluffy white tails are soooo cute

Festival of Lion King, a show featuring pitch-perfect live singing, high-energy dancing, and gymnastics.

Pluto signing an autograph

Triceratop Spin

cute meerkats at Maharajah Jungle Trek

A bat!!

Mickey's Jammin' Jungle Parade
was alright, I liked the parade at Magic Kingdom better

Kilimanjaro Safaris Expedition, a highly popular attraction that takes you through a real wildlife reserve chasing down poachers. A must-see IMO.

I also loved Kali River Rapids, a thrilling raft ride that includes rushing down a water fall (you will get soaking we but it's so much fun ), and DINOSAUR, which allows you to experience what it was like millions of years ago when dinos dominated the earth.

I found a cute Duffy hat

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