lemonade stand in the park and get "free" refills. But after he finishes his first one, he decides the lemonade doesn't really quench his thirst and he doesn't want to carry this huge plastic cup around for the rest of the day, so he tosses it out without getting a single refill.
Drake takes the monorail ride that goes through the animal habitats, and it ends in a large food court. Drake is really just hungry for a hamburger, but he chooses a hamburger combo meal that costs $9.00 -- more than twice what it would at a regular fast food place -- because it comes with a toy lion that Drake really wants. Later, in the gift shop, Drake sees the same exact toy lion for $2.00.
Drake buys lots of souvenirs because he wants things that will help him remember this cool day. He buys a t-shirt, a poster, a stuffed Cheetah, and a water bottle. He even buys a huge stack of postcards, even though his mother explains that they've taken lots of photos. After he pays for everything, he has less that $5.00 left, and he had over $50.00 at the start of the day!
A few weeks later Drake has a lot of great memories of Park Safari. He likes his mom's photos a lot more than the postcards he bought because they're more personal. As for the souvenirs that he wanted so badly? Most are just taking up space in his room, and he can't really remember why he wanted them so much. The worst part is, he was at the mall the other day and saw an awesome skateboard with a tiger painted on it. It costs $40.00, but since he spent all his money on little things at Park Safari, he can't afford it.