Next day, Gullivers was calling, and we duely answered!
This park is a real surprise! The staff all have a cheery face and the food is better than your average theme park's menu. The potato wedges in the Lost World are a must-eat!
The park has three coasters. Antelope is the big draw, a wooden coaster with good little layout, but really rough around the back section. Wild Mine Ride is a wild mouse coaster which doesn't use its trim brakes. Bruises shall follow. Runaway Train is a kiddy coaster with attitude - not least because it's the same colour as the best coaster in the world.
The flat rides aren't spectacular, but a kid's magic carpet and chairplane ride are a good draw. And the have one of those crazy SBF Flying mahcines like the ones at Clementon. The Observation Tower gives good views as well, but we were too busy eating potato wedges!
Gulliver's World is well better than Camelot! Better rides, better food, better entrance fee, better go back soon! See the pictures for more quirky comments...
Antelope has a spring in its step.
...But the girl in the right front didn't think so.
We met this guy on the way to the car.
This is about as high as the boat got.
Lee was dressed to kill!
Looking back, Nadia was really glad she got a lift home at the end of the day!
Expedition GeForce anyone?
Maybe not - how about Expedition Z-Force?
The Wild Mine Ride - "Brakes? What are those?"
We loved the Giant Slide! Here, Nadia is slowing down...
...and I'm not!
Hot Dogs. Now foil wrapped for freshness.
Before you ask, it's a Gayrilla.
Out with a splash. Thanks to Gulliver's Warrington for a great day!
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