Fun Find Friday
June 5, 2015
Location: Africa, Disney's Animal Kingdom
Recently Harambe at Disney's Animal Kingdom (Africa)
expanded by opening up the brand new Harambe Marketplace. The new
area is overflowing with fun details that are just waiting to be
discovered. Today we are going to be taking a look at one of the
most obvious ones that comes with a fun little twist.
If you enter the new area near the Harambe Train
Station, you will be quickly greeted by a painting that someone from
town drew upon the wall of everyone's favorite mouse, Mickey! So
what's so special about this?
Below the drawing of Mickey are the words "Fichwa!
Fellow"In various portions of the Harambe Marketplace there are
signs stating that both English and Swahili are spoken in the area
so it only makes sense that a Swahili word and English word are
found here together, but what exactly does Fichwa mean? It means
hidden which means the words here read, "hidden fellow." This could
be the most in your face Hidden Mickey ever created without ppeople
passing by even realizing it's an ultimate Hidden Mickey!
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