Today was our day off and was to be the nicest day of the week, so we decided to go enjoy Disney's Typhoon Lagoon for the day.
Typhoon Lagoon is the remains of a tropical paradise after the destruction of a huge typhoon, as legend goes.
Mount Mayday can be seen in the distance. The famous shrimp boat, Miss Tilly, is impaled on the top and erupts regularly with a 50-foot geyser of water.
The lazy river of Typhoon Lagoon is Castaway Creek, a 2,100 foot long relaxing trip through the park.
The world's largest outdoor wave pool can be found right here at Typhoon Lagoon. Watch out! This ain't no ordinary wave pool!
The remains of Typhoon Boatworks serves as a reminder of the legend.
It's always a good time to cruise down the creek in a tube.
Marlon dares to stand in the largest shark mouth ever found near Typhoon Lagoon.
It may have been found in Typhoon Lagoon's Shark Reef. At the Shark Reef, all guests get the opportunity to snorkel with sting rays, two types of sharks and a variety of tropical fish.
The Crush 'n' Gusher is a "water coaster" like none we have ever experienced before. Three different slides-Banana Blaster, Coconut Crusher and Pineapple Plunger-take you on a waterslide experience like no other.
Doug takes the opportunity to visit with park mascot Lagoona Gator while heading out of the park at the end of the day.
For a video of brief video of some of the fun at Typhoon Lagoon, click below.
For more pictures, go to http://public.fotki.com/Marlonfleenor/1/2008/february/typhoon-lagoon-disn/ .
To be continued...