There are places to go at WDW to avoid the madness and crowds. Here are three of them. Being in Epcot at 11:00 ready to eat is one of the most relaxing parts of my trips. The ferries provide me endless entertainment. It’s a Small World reminds of what made WDW special. Innovation.
I never visited the Adventurer’s Club before it was closed down, but there are hints of it still floating around. So, we went off in search of finding a little of that magic. We started at the Jambo House, and we stumbled on to this artifact in the Zawadi Marketplace.
A cast member at the desk suggested that we try the Jungle Navigation Co. Ltd at the Magic Kingdom. The entire staff is made up of Jungle adventurers. Off we went. Along the way, we were sidetracked by the allure of the Tiki Birds.
They sang of mysteries in the Jungle and treasure that we should seek.
And warned us to be on the look out for danger…
Upon arriving at the Skipper Canteen, we knew immediately that we were in the right spot. The servers talked in riddles and clues were embedded throughout the building…
We needed to stock up on food, so we ordered Cachapas (incredible) Shu Mai, Falefel, and duck confit noodle bowls.
And enjoyed Sangria in the Magic Kingdom…
From the clues at the Navigation Company and tips from the servers we knew we must set off to explore the major rivers of the world. So we took a cruise.
During the journey, we spent most of the time in de Nile. We avoided anacondas, gators, hippos, and waterfalls and finally found who we were looking for…
Trader Sam said, “I’ll give you a clue – if you want to experience the Adventurer’s Club you need to find the Grog Grotto. I will tell you know more.”
My band of intrepid explorers traveled by boat across the Seven Seas Lagoon to Polynesia and there we found excitement.
We found fire!
And Captain Nemo and the Nautilus – A true adventurer.
Shortly after we ran out of money, we made our way back to Africa. And after an arduous journey we stopped in to the Nomad Lounge.
The server immediately came up to us and winked. He led us to a special table and said, “We have been waiting for you.” He brought out a specially brewed beer for the Nomad Club.
He smiled, and said, “Kungaloosh!”
These are a few of my favorite things at Walt Disney World. I wish I didn’t have to pay a $600+ cover charge to enjoy the food. But nonetheless, I pay – and I enjoy.