It’s about a year when we last visited Wild Wild Wet. Yvette was still a little baby and she has grown much over a year. She can’t even can walk a year back!
We were there at about 11 am after our breakfast at MacDonald and this place look vacant!
Yvette refused to wear her swimwear which was wet and only wanted to put on the bottom with her Tee. Well, I think it’s good enough. To avoid burnout under the sun, we applied the sun block lotion as stay there the next one or two hours.
It’s easy to get Yvette down the water but not easy to encourage her to “Professional Playground” with slides and swings. I managed to bring her up twice and slide down the “Yellow slides” and the “Pink and Blue slides”. There were some apprehension within.
Although she didn’t like the playground, she did have fun just playing with water!
She loves the sun so much and she didn’t mind to submerge her own body into the water and enjoy the sun. I took some pictures of her having sun tan while I was a distance away hiding under the umbrella.
This time, since we were there early and not much people around, D and myself took turn play with the rides and attraction in the park. We tried Ular-Lah and The Waterworks which consist of a open and an enclosed body slides (tunnel). The ride and the slide were nothing new to us. We been to Wet n Wild at Gold Coast and we love it!
However, there were still 10 seconds of suspension for D as he slide down the tunnel slide at Waterworks. He claimed the total darkness made him think of his last word to us…
As for me, since he already letting me know what to expect, I am less afraid and took those rides as a pinch of salt!
Yvette liked the idea being seated on the tube and float on the Shiok River. She didn’t mind to let her leg down and let the water trickled down her little feet!
Surprisingly, D actually like sensation of the mega water splash from the enormous bucket.
We didn’t complete every single rides and visit every single attraction of the wet park as the sun beam was hitting us badly and we started to find it unbearable to stay under the sun. We also find the floor beside the pool was really too hot and jagged to even for us to step on it.
What an afternoon of water and sun, we are now 3 shades tanner and very tired… But we have another important task to conquer!