This chat really blew up earlier, I’m glad to pop back in and see it’s all calmed down!
He didn't question him as a source. Simply said its a shame its him considering the awful things that have come to light recently.
Nevertheless this thread should stick to balloons, walls, neverending circular conversations speculating at opening dates and occasionally F.L.Y. itself.
On Instagram 3D printed rollercoasters has shown off some nice modelling of the Vekoma flyer trains. Very intrigued for how they'll feel.
In fairness, I’m considering going to that hotel in a week or so and I did find it quite helpful.20 minutes! On a hotel room!! The mind boggles.
Talk about an over inflated ego.
I love this because Matamba, along with the entire Deep in Africa side of the park, are so romanticised that it's quite literally the opposite of "authentically African". However, we are talking about a man who can barely string sentences together sometimes, so I'm not really surprised at all.With that said, one thing that both my partner I found quite amusing, on that video and on the park vlog, was the repeated reference to hotel Matamba providing an ‘authentic African theme/experience’. I mean, it’s quite a bold statement isn’t it. Africa being, you know, a whole big ****-off continent. An authentic African experience....? Not the sharpest choice of words. But still, I enjoyed the vlogs.
Well, he is has managed to earn his money traveling round the world talking about what he loves, so he isn't doing too badly!I love this because Matamba, along with the entire Deep in Africa side of the park, are so romanticised that it's quite literally the opposite of "authentically African". However, we are talking about a man who can barely string sentences together sometimes, so I'm not really surprised at all.
Well, he is has managed to earn his money traveling round the world talking about what he loves, so he isn't doing too badly!
"The passage looked finished to me. The walls were also a little darker in this brick look like the hotel. On the walls there were some lamps to match the theme. In the hallway there was an oldtimer convertible in black, similar to the cars on Kaiserplatz. I would say it was about 1: 2 scale. A door was open, you could have sat in it. Then there were other themes on the wall. Everything fitting, but difficult to describe. It all made a coherent impression on me. It looked really nice. My anticipation has really increased! The construction time was longer, but it will be worth the wait.
By the way, today a camera team was out in the park accompanied by Chris (Theis, executive assistant). I don't know if he moderated the video, but maybe we'll find out more soon. Or it's about something else"
Well normally you start in the run up to opening, years before would be pointless and potentially deter visitors and take away from other attractions like last year's Crazy Bats.The first coaster construction I can remember was X in 2001. There were a lot of coaster constructions being documented by enthusiasts or parks in the internet since then, but this is really top notch how boring it is. Still nothing from the park! I am not a marketing specialist but I doubt that this the best way to advertise a new attraction.