More photos I love this show so much! It always moves me. We decided to stop in at the Nomad Lounge on our way back to the room, and got a few things. Spice Trader Classic, Jenn's Tattoo (WAAAAYYYYY too sweet) and to eat some vegetarian pad thai, which was tasty. We sat at one of the couches and not long after we got settled in, R got a text that his granddad was in the hospital. This happened a few trips ago, so that was a weird coincidence. He was visibly upset, and since both of us are brooders, I knew to just let him be. Unfortunately, I wasn't looped into the texts from his aunts, so I had no idea what was even going on. Once R had more info, he told me granddaddy was at a dr. appointment when they found that his blood counts were way low, which meant he was bleeding internally. So they were trying to figure out where he was bleeding. I think that's all we knew at that point. After a little while, and some reassurances from one of his aunts, he started to perk back up. I tried to get him talking and keep his mind off it. It worked for the most part. We decided to just wrap up at the lounge, so we didn't stay real long. Our server was lovely, and very personable. I hated to leave so quickly, but it was a nice break anyway. I have no more notes from the trip, so I'm just going by pictures. I may miss some middle stuff, but I'll try hard! It started to rain on our way out of the park, but we made it without getting too wet. I wanted to swim, but obviously that wasn't happening. Sure enough the pool was closed when we got to the resort. I don't remember what we did at the room, but probably just napped. R was still kind of quiet and worried. After a while, we got ready and headed by to AK for dinner. It was still raining, so we had our ponchos ready. We were seated in the conservation section. It was pretty nice in there! We were in a booth that had barely any space between our table and the next one. It was kind of awkward. Also the server had like 10 minute conversations with both couples who sat in that spot while we were there, but barely talked to us. That was a little annoying, but oh well. Maybe we didn't look friendly I don't remember much about this bread, but we ate it. I think that sauce was balsamic, which I usually enjoy. I can't remember for sure, but I think I ate most of this bread I had the Wagyu Striploin and House-smoked Brisket. The wagyu beef was amazing. The brisket was just so-so. I'd rather them drop the price a little, take the brisket out and add a bit more of the veggies. R had the venison. I tasted both types, and they were both great. This was the South American Chocolate Ganache. Quite pricey for what it was, but hey, it's a signature restaurant. You pay for the atmosphere. We were in dinner for quite a while, but it still wasn't dark when we we left. Our plan was to hang around and see Pandora at night. When we left, it was a steady rain. I'd picked up an Everest FP that was starting soon, so we went that way. I was worried they would close it because I definitely saw lightning, but we got to ride! I kind of like it in the rain After that, we headed back to Pandora. Even with it being rainy, it still wasn't completely dark, but it was getting close. Up next. Pandora in the semi-dark.