Actually, I was a wee bit afraid of what my body would do on a roller coaster at this point in my life. But, I'm brave. Or I put up a good front in front of my [three] boys. Girls everywhere should be proud! I had us covered. ;)
The first coaster we rode had three flips. Three. It was fun. I didn't lose my breakfast. I didn't pass out. I could walk after it was over. All was good. We walked around the park some more and came back to the T Express.
Looks fun, huh? On the website, they describe it as:
The steepest wooden roller coaster in the world presents sudden drops and sharp rises at 104 km per hour! The most thrilling experience will provide you with great memories!
Everland T Express offers the steepest ride in the world, and with its 77-degree angle, the experience of falling gives an unparalleled roller coaster ride! Potential energy grows bigger according to the height, the mass of the falling object, and the angle, which means that the steepest ride has the biggest potential energy. With a 77-degree angle, T Express offers the best potential energy experience.You caught that, didn't you? 77-degree angle at 65 miles per hour. Here, let me draw it off for you.
We went for a bite to eat. Went through the haunted house and headed home. I told G-Dub I was too close to snapping to stay there any longer. We'd been there over seven hours at that point anyway. As soon as we got out on the highway, I popped some pain relievers and went to sleep. Slept all the way home. Body recovered from the roller coaster. Maybe next time I'll take the Ibuprofen BEFORE we go. ;)