Published: December 30, 2011 at 7:10 AMBoth attractions in this "land" look good. A well executed and themed family coaster, and an excellent Indy/Dinosaur jeep ride. I think I would spend quite a bit of time here. And yes, a teriyaki taco sounds awesome! =)
Published: December 30, 2011 at 10:09 AMI've only seen video of the IJA @ DisneySea, but how do the "fire" effects look in person? Mainly the "smoke ring" and the "tornado" seemed significantly different.
If there is one park that I would love to go to everyday for the rest of my life without being able to go to other parks, I have to say it might be DisneySea over the original Disneyland!
Published: December 30, 2011 at 8:21 PMUpside on the effects? The Tokyo version looked more dynamic to me than the Anaheim version, suggesting that perhaps more of the show elements were actually working. Downside? I couldn't keep track of them all, and I am a fan enough neither of motion-based rides nor Indiana Jones to want to ride this one more than once in a day. (Indy - the franchise - has too much gross-out humor for my taste.) Sorry. Give me Journey to the Center of the Earth instead.
The fire was pretty neat, though.
Published: December 30, 2011 at 10:41 PMIs there any real theme to the raging spirits and how is the que and is the fire and smoke are they timed the ride can't find a good link and can't look at vids its hard to get that in,Myakka City Florida.
Published: December 31, 2011 at 10:01 AMThe four photos there, that's pretty much the ride. It's almost Wild Mouse-like in its simplicity - dips and tight turns, but with some bunny hopping and, of course, a dive down below grade for that loop as well.
You're riding on "scaffolding" behind and around that temple from the first photo, and you end by blasting through the fog/smoke you see in the last photo. There's fire there, as well, but it's really tough to get that to show in the photo during daylight. (There's fire coming up the steps toward the top of the temple in the first photo, too.)
Published: January 1, 2012 at 5:29 AMAre they still showing that Cirque de Soleil-style show on the Hangar Stage? Thought that was the most impressive show I'd ever seen in a theme park! Closely followed by the Broadway show over in American Waterfront.
Published: January 3, 2012 at 12:38 PMHave enjoyed your reports from Disney Sea, my wife and I visited in Oct 2009 and agreed it was pretty much the best themed park we had ever visited, and we had been to many parks in our time together. Really good rides, staff and food, excellent place.