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    Saturday, February 9, 2008

    Florida Pt.5

    Now back in Disney's Animal Kingdom....

    Check out this cool Coca-Cola cart:

    This glorious tree stood in the middle of the park. It's the Tree of Life! (Lion King, don't you know??) I was under the impression that it was not a real tree because of the beautiful artwork carved into the trunk, but if that was the case, then how the heck did they get those real looking leaves up there?? Can you see all the animals carved into the trunk?

    Great action shot! As we were walking along, there were street performers playing African drums. The music started getting to my cousin and she just had to break out and dance. It was funny cuz some of the street performers stopped what they were doing and watched her instead. When she was done, they were congratulating her and others standing by were clapping...it was pretty funny.

    This fabulous vintage wall was the outside of a little souvenior shop. I just have to make sure you guys can get a feel of what the whole eviroment vibe was like out there...

    This wall actually enclosed the tiger habitat. Everyone was cracking corny jokes about the tigers escaping like that zoo in San Francisco. I on the other hand, was stuck on this wall. In fact, I never even saw the tiger...
    Isn't this cool? These tattered banners were hanging across a little bridge. Why? I don't know, but I liked it. The banners had pictures of various animals: butterflies, tigers, etc.

    Just liked this fountain.
    Here's my cousin again. She was attempting to make it seem like she was peeing, but missed the mark. Notty Girl!!

    More to come...

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