I can't believe how long it has been since the last time I've visited Six Flags. My recollection was telling me that it's been 6-7 years since I've last gone. Something was also telling me that Superman is the newest released ride, and before that, Dark Knight, followed by Nitro. Little did I know, I got them completely mixed up and it has been an actual 8-9 years since my last visit. This out-of-dateness and bad memory are clear signs of aging. Too bad freezing my brain and/or refrigerating myself aren't feasible ideas. All I can do now is to minimize smiling and frowning and control my laughter to prevent even more wrinkles from forming.
So yesterday was a pretty fun-filled, yet very exhausting day. Most of us were running on only 3-4 hours of sleep at Six Flags but managed to keep our dry eyes open throughout the entire day. Nevertheless, it was very, very well worth it. We arrived at the Safari at 9:10am (it opens at 9am) and spent an hour of our morning as a wild animal. We shrieked upon the sight of rhinoceroses, antelopes and their thick, pointy, lethal horns. We were amazed by the beautiful patterns on zebras and giraffes ... so beautiful that humans of today emulate their looks by wearing patterned clothing. We also had the time of our lives trying to get a closeup shot of the giraffe AND its neck in ONE picture ... but it was apparently impossible! We adored the cute elephants, bears and monkeys, but disappointed that Six Flags has decided to fence the monkeys in due to the potential damage they can cause to our cars ... and lives. However, we ended the Safari adventure with a smile, as we were all amused by the baboons' colorful and ugly ass.
The story is: we went to an all-you-can-eat sushi buffet one day. This sushi buffet serves a variety of sushi, BUT charges you for any sushi that is left uneaten on your plate. For some odd reason, I decided to try out their banana sushi, without even pondering whether banana goes with rice. Unfortunately, it turned out to be a horrible combination and my beau had to help me gobble it down so that we don't get charged for it.
Hence I ordered the cookies n cream rather than banana. $5.50 was a bit much for a small cup, but it was irresistible! In addition, the tiny cup compensated for the lack of good food and overly priced food at Six Flags.
All in all, Six Flags was a super fun time with the famz. Can't wait to go back!