Monday, December 12, 2011

Adventure Is Just Around The Riverbend

The morning sun filters through the dense tropical growth to offer us a final farewell before we journey into the deepest darkest part of the jungle.

These ruins have stood here for ages.  Hopefully they'll continue to stand at least until we've passed beneath them.

Apparently this ancient civilization worshipped behive hairdos.

Our old friend Sunlight has found us again just in time to reveal the secret bathing place of the elephants.

Jungle plumbing at its best.

That lucky boatload of intrepid explorers gets to see the backside of water.

Everyone has turned up to greet our boat.

This guy is a little camera shy.

Another tour passes us. 

Don't forget to visit our gift shop on your way out.


  1. Maybe it's just me or your photography skills, but the Disneyland version of this attraction looks more realistic to me. Did you think so? And does it have all the same features - butterflies, cave with tiger and snakes, etc? I see the river, elephants, hippos and whatnot here.

  2. Just realized I never replied to this. There are many similarities to the Florida version and some differences as well. One of these is the Tiger which you will see in a post set to publish on this coming Monday. It's hard to remember specifics as I feel my visit was so rushed. I wasn't able to absorb nearly as much as I wanted to. I always wanted my first trip to Disneyland to be several days long so I could explore every nook and cranny.

  3. Looking forward to Monday's post. It's good to hear from you, too.