I must point out that when anywhere near water here, water shoes are your best friends. The pavement gets VERY slippery, so be sure to keep that in mind. Also, lockers are well worth the price, but I can't imagine there being enough when the park is busy.
With no line-ups to speak of, we got our bracelets, which change daily, and headed for the water park before I could talk myself out of it. I had promised myself to do everything once and not come home with regrets, and was determined to follow through.
First we went over to the Current, using a double tube. This mile long not so lazy river is awesome! We did it over and over. A word of advice, if you get tossed from your tube in a rapids section, don't try to stand up as that is impossible and results in scrapes and bruises. Try instead to float and hold onto your tube until you get to the next entrance.
Our next stop was the Leap of Faith at the Mayan Temple. Holy Crap! The good thing about this is that you go so fast it's over in no time. The bad thing is that you go so fast you don't really notice when you end up in a see-through tube surrounded by sharks. I let out a blood curdling scream all the way down.
Luckily, the Serpent Slide goes a tad bit slower once you get amongst the sharks. It goes through darkness on the way there, so you don't see the twists and turns coming, but we used a dual tube so I wasn't alone. We did this slide twice, once again on our last day. It is very neat to see the sharks all around you.
We tackled the Power Tower slides the next day. The Abyss was terrifying but I did it! The Falls was exhilarating and The Surge a lot of fun. Just remember to keep your bottom up when you sit on the tube, or you could end up with a very bruised behind!
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