It had to be. It just had to be. There was no way this wasn’t coming. It was almost, nearly preordained on the cards. Anything and everything that carries a sense of great joy and purpose, panache and utility today is undergoing a sense of electrification. It’s nearly the order of the day.
So implicit is this reality in our lives that in the wake of electrification of the way we live and operate, even the sphere of entertainment is untouched by its chores. And now, here’s the latest case in the argument siding with electrifying of things. San Diego’s famous SeaWorld amusement site has just got a truly wonderful electric roller coaster. Can you dig that?
When was the last time you and I actually heard of or rode for real a roller coaster that ran on electricity? Now, we all dream a lot, don’t we? But surely we haven’t become so upright and conscientious about the rising order of our times, have we?
The Electric Eel roller coaster is the one flabbergasting roller coaster thrill-ride that all are talking about currently in San Diego. Take it like the Leaning Tower of Pisa, you know. If you are in the great captivating city of Pisa and haven’t yet been to the leaning tower of Pisa- then are you even in the land of one of the world’s most captivating monuments?
Similarly, regardless of whether you are an American native, happen to be living or born here or have come to Donald Trump-land from wherever and haven’t yet visited the San Diego SeaWorld to ride the Electric Eel, then surely something is amiss. Around May 10, the city’s electric eel roller coaster was opened and became operational. The rising fanfare was only expected and ever on the cards.
Here’s what a leading online journal focused on travelling and recreation shared on this rollercoaster and therefore, the pleasant development.
This new coaster features multiple-launch experiences and propels riders forward and backwards through the ride’s station house at over 60 miles per hour. Riders will then speed toward the sky at nearly 150 feet, where they will take on an inverted “heartline” roll and a twisting loop for an intense feeling of airtime before they return to the station.
In case, if anyone’s actually wondered what is it like to be moving like an eel and that too at great speeds, then perhaps this is the time to learn this nervy feeling. At a whopping 900 feet of an undulating track does the rider get to experience the rather berserk movement and unmatched thrill. So, when are you planning on sitting down all buckled up on the said rollercoaster?