Check out my Walt Disney World videos: outstandingvideos.com or subscribe to me: www.youtube.com Download this HD video (for free) to your iPad or Apple TV at: bit.ly Jungle Cruise takes Guests on a grand tour of the world’s most exotic rivers in Asia, Africa and South America, in Adventureland at Magic Kingdom theme park. Set sail on a 1930s tramp-steamer tour in the untamed waters of the Mekong, the Amazon and the rivers of Africa. Will your vessel be Sankuru Sadie or Senegal Sal, and will she survive the 9-minute Jungle Cruise intact? Mother Nature is at her wildest as you pass Audio-Animatronics animals including the Bengal tiger, king cobras, elephants, lions and hyenas in their native habitats. Whether they’re feasting on their prey, scaring trespassing humans or splashing water, the animals will keep you on your toes. As your skipper leads you ever deeper into the jungles past hare-brained explorers and ancient ruins, be prepared for some surprises along the way. Are there really hippopotamus and headhunters lying in wait? Your skipper’s sure to regale you with humorous tales of danger. Even while in line for your expedition, you’ll see detailed Colonial artifacts and silly communications that make this tongue-in-cheek cruise a jungle-grade scream. I recorded this family video on October 19, 2010 at the Magic Kingdom at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida
Check out my Walt Disney World videos: outstandingvideos.com or subscribe to me: www.youtube.com Download this HD video (for free) to your iPad or Apple TV at: bit.ly The Haunted Mansion is a spooky tour of an ominous haunted house in Liberty Square at Magic Kingdom theme park, where a supernatural Ghost Host introduces you to his closest 999 dearly-departed friends. Don’t worry—too much. While Haunted Mansion contains some mildly frightening subject matter, there is no gore, the ghostly residents are friendly and the experience is appropriate for all ages. Enter the mysteriously well-maintained exterior of an 18th-century mansion and find yourself in an ornate estate where anything can happen—and often does. Walking past the entrance foyer and into the ghostly portrait chamber, the air cools and the sense of dread begins to grow. Suddenly, you realize that you are in a room with no windows and no doors! Moving along, you board a “Doom Buggy” and begin your supernatural journey. Your Ghost Host takes you through several dusty rooms, where you can see eerie signs of ethereal awakening. Soon, you encounter the mansion’s resident medium, Madame Leota, who invokes the mansion’s ghost and ghouls to show themselves. What follows has to be seen to not be believed, but suffice to say that you’ve never before seen the dead so lively. The conclusion is definitely more merry than scary, but the sight of wraiths and skeletons—even of the kindest constitution—is something you’re sure …
Walt Disney’s It’s A Small World After All One of the most annoying songs EVER. Music by Walt Disney. A Production By PyrOmina.
this footage is from the National Cheerleading Championships in ESPN/Disney Wide World Of Sports in which my nieve nickiNinja’s team performed. non of the commercial background music is intentional, it was all part of the ambient environment at the event. All references to “retarded gumnasts” was a failed attempt at humor while i tried to remember the lines from Bring it On. the line i was trying to quote was “Dancers Gone retarded” Hey i didnt memorize every line! But Missy is the Pooh! MyTwitter: www.twitter.com My Blogtv www.blogtv.com my dailybooth www.dailybooth.com
Complete Expedition Everest ride @ WDW Animal Kingdom January 2007
By www.dlrpmagic.com Clock Parade at “it’s a small world” in Fantasyland, Disneyland Park at Disneyland Paris Tick tock, tick tock… Every quarter hour, the doors below the giant ticking moon and sun on the façade of “it’s a small world” in Fantasyland opens up to see a colourful parade of dolls from around the world, culminating in the current time being revealed with the crash of a symbol. The clock parade is inspired by similar animated clocks around the world – and particularly in Europe – such as Prague’s Astronomical Clock. Watch our complete ridethrough video of the attraction here: www.youtube.com