Going into the complex.
It was interesting to see how they dealt with the language situation. Most instructions and such were written in English first and then Cantonese and then Mandarin. We watched the Lion King show, which required some dialogue from the performers and some lines were in English and others in Cantonese - I think the idea was to do enough of both so that the audience knew what was going on, which was not too difficult considering the storyline of the Lion King!
Mickey surfing in the fountain.
Quite a few umbrella's out as the sun was shining bright and it did get a bit warm - mid 70's maybe.
Ada and Emmerson in front of the castle and girls (in the side/background) who came dressed to match and do Disney right - quite a common scene - girls dressed in similar Disney apparel taking pictures of each other - good times!
Emmerson in front of an all star school group of Chinese harp like string's orchestra This is just inside the actual park after giving your entry tickets (which we bought ahead of time at the Peak the day before - good advice - if Disney HK is on your agenda).
Ada with her number tag for the vehicle in the "Space Station".
Keeping things in control - thank you Hong Kong.
Girls on the first ride of the day - the Space Station - round and round and up and down.
Space Mountain! Ada was not a participant - one of two rides she did not go on - Space Mt. and the one where you sit in a "ship" and it rocks back and forth beyond vertical - here it was called the "Race Car". Nana opted to stay with Ada while we went on these rides.
In the stall to board Space Mountain.
All the lights from people filming the fireworks and lightshow on their handphones.