Disney has really nice hammocks (if you remember the shot from a long time ago). So of course, as I surveryed the area to report back, I had to appear like the rest of the people there and laze around a bit.
Here is me and some sort of avian creature. He was giving me the evil eye so I didn't stare at him. I didn't have my lightsaber with me and I didn't want to have to resort to using the Force on it. That would be mean.
Lake beach. It was quite peaceful. Although, that feathery thing was still somewhere behind me. But I know he wouldn't dare eat me. I taste bad.
I am riding a creature made of sand and rock. I figured out it was only a statue after I sat on it for a moment and it didn't go anywhere. I was a tad let down. I wanted to use it to ride to the main building and get a drink. My feet were tired.
I found a colorful play area, probably for the children. But I amused myself and played on it for a bit. I had to make sure it was safe for the children.
... I like slides.
This glass bubble reminded me of being in that cockpit on that ship with Obi-Wan that one time, when he almost got us killed cause -- oh wait, that's everytime I'm on a ship with Obi-Wan. The loser.
Next update, which should be sometime this weekend (tell your friends, or something) will be me AROUND THE WORLD. And by around the world, I mean the world that this Disney place seemed to fit into their little Epcot park. It's like they took pieces from some countries on this planet and put them in a circle around a lake. It's clever. And astonishing and confusing all at the same time. Those crazy Disney kids. They remind me of Anakin Skywalker, only much smarter.
... and prettier too.