We got there a little after 11 and realized that they don't switch to the lunch menu until noon so there was plenty of time to play. Rocky climbed right up to the top of the structure and ran through it a couple of times and was bored in 5 minutes. Daisy, on the other hand, climbed herself to the top and then became completely terrified. She curled up in a ball and started to cry. She just kept saying, "Mama, Mama." I tried to talk her down for a while, and then I sent Rocky up there to try to coax her to go down the slide at which point the crying turned to screaming and hitting. After a while I actually tried to wiggle myself up the steps but not only do I have a huge belly, but they weren't sturdy at all and I was doubtful that even if I could maneuver myself through that it wouldn't hold. After about a half hour I finally talked her over the bridge and through the netting to the slide and then Rocky climbed up the slide and pulled her legs until she made it to the bottom. I can only imagine what the employees thought about those crazy gringos in the kid zone. I was worried that she was going to have some kind of lasting trauma but the second her feet hit the ground she was happy as could be. The Cajita Feliz was priced very similarly to that in the states, I think it was 49 pesos, which seems like highway robbery here. We just got one and an order of fries to share. The chicken nuggets tasted exactly like they do at home, that is to say, they were nasty.
On the way home they were fighting over the toy so we compromised and Rocky got to hold the box while Daisy got to hold the toy train.