|A very lonely queue for Indy.|
On this particular trip I was at the park from about 1 pm to closing. Around 11:40 my friends and I decided to do Indiana Jones. This was a ride we were trying to ride as often as possible this summer because in September it's closing for refurbishments for three to four months. Of course the line was only 15 minutes, probably due to the time and the fact that the park was no longer in the summer season.
It only took a few minutes in line for the lights to turn on though. Being a Disney aficionado, I knew the ride had broken down (when the lights go from its usual dimmed to bright it means there's a problem). It was down for about five minutes and everyone behind us had left but I had convinced my friends to stay. When rides break down, the line gets cut off because no one knows at first how long the ride will be down for. But our group toughed it out anyway. As soon as the lights were back to dim we realised we were the last in the line (the cast members had closed off the line due to the park closing after that). Anyone in line even after closing will be able to ride the ride they're in line for before leaving.
|Us passing the time by feeding our baby Walt to a very suspicious snake.|
|Us anticipating our last ride for the night. We were pretty excited as you can tell!|
|My wonderful friend Dani, posing for our after ride excitement as the only visitors still here.|
|A very empty entrance to Indiana Jones. Bye Indy.|