The bus was a little late and crowded. Fortunately we secured seats. Two route TX2 buses together and you can guess which one parents with children in pushers insisted on getting on, yes ours, the front one. The TX2 only runs to serve the inland theme parks, so it is a frequent service to the parks in the morning and the reverse happens in the afternoon.
I didn't know what to expect at Movie World. Not being much of a blockbuster movie watcher, I did not know much about what I was seeing. Apologies for some photos being lousy. I kept knocking the dial on my camera. While it had been sticky taped into position, I decided I must develop the habit of checking the dial each time I turn on the camera, with limited success this day.
Every so often something would happen on this stage or near it. This time it was meet the superheroes/heroines.
A little later we had lunch at this bakery.
This is to do with the movie Casablanca?
Yes, let us see what the kiddies are doing.
This was a tamer ride for the kiddies.
I hate to say, but it was a girl that caused this stack up. Mind, a father with his toddler drove the wrong way around the roundabout.
The kiddies loved getting wet.
This is a tame version of the lift and drop rides.
Bugs looking rather defiant.
We call the last carriage on an old train a guards van, but this speaks caboose to me. I thank Petticoat Junction for that knowledge.
Plenty of colour for the kiddies.
I suppose all the all cars are of types used in popular movies.
Have you heard television puts kilos on you? I can confirm this as fact, or the screen proportions are wrong. The lasses danced below this screen and they were quite a bit slimmer than they appear on the screen.