Dear Matt and Mar,
[01.01.2019] Of course you two were up even before the rooster crow, Ramayana opens at 10:00, so we had to be out by 09:30, which we barely did, haa haa haa. Breakfast was superb (for you two) although your mother and I struggled a little bit too much with the drip/instant coffee pouch thing... haa haa haa.
To be honest, I wasn’t expecting too much of a crowd, I mean this being Christmas Eve and all... but oh man, was I wrong and immediately regret not booking the tickets online last evening, lol. What got my goat up even more was when one of the staff (muppet) gave me wrong information, in short he said if we wanted to use special entrance we had to pay for the full price ticket then add another fee for the special entrance.
He semi-berated me to take advantage of the discount campaign (online) but I’ll have to wait 15 minutes and could not pay extra for the special entrance... well, I didn’t want to wait 15 minutes and I wanted the special entrance... but I did go online and used the special campaign, however in my mind it just didn’t make sense for them not to allow me to pay extra to use the special entrance... so I asked for a second opinion, a much more switched on lady... “of course’... haa haa haa, and a second later she asked the muppet to take us through.
Judging by the queue, the water park seemed a little less busy compared to the last time we were here. Learning from the last time, I’d chosen a cabana closer to the main slides. On all of the ‘better’ slides, one had to be at least 122 cm tall (that just seem very specific to me... haa haa haa), and this time Mar was 123 cm... haa haa haa, and because of that us three did all of the slides (multiple times... haa haa haa), and it was glorious!
In a blink of an eye it was lunch time, then what seemed like minutes later, it was time to leave... On the ride back you were given a free choice for tomorrow... of course it was the Harbor... haa haa haa. Instead of heading back into the city for supper, we’d decided on one of the local well know restaurant which was literally a stone throw away :-)