Day two of our expedition began in the same manner as yesterday with a number of small funfairs on the northern coast of Poland. Once again I've decided against trying to do standalone trip reports given that all would be very similar; instead, I've collated the essential data into a brief summary. With luck it'll be of use to those planning their own credit whoring expeditions.
|54.6644, 17.0525||Rowy||Dragon (Maja) (#2741), an oval with prominent branding crediting it to Jung Max Rides, a Czech manufacturer I'd never heard of before. The only other major attraction on site was a set of Bumper Cars.|
|54.7597, 17.5484||Leba||Horská Draha (Jan Novy), a variant Wacky Worm that I'd ridden a few months earlier in Prague. Other machines included a Ferris Wheel, a Freak-Out, a Reverse Bungee, a Star Flyer, and a Wave Swinger. We bought tickets for the Scary House dark ride, which featured an unusually large number of small scenes separated from each other by black drapes.|
|54.8266, 18.2095||Karwia||Smok (Alfa-Star) (#2742), a standard oval with orange track. Bumper Cars, a definitely-not-a-credit Pirate Ship on rails, and a rarely seen Watkins Scat completed the line-up.|
|54.5179, 18.5490||Gdynia||Euromir (#2743), a three level variant of the stereotypical eastern European travelling coaster with a prominent (and false) Mack brand on the station flash. This ride was brilliant and bruising in equal measure, as the train clattered its way around the track at silly speeds. We also got a rollback on our second cycle, giving us a half circuit in reverse. The ground was split between two operators; other attractions today included a Breakdance, Bumper Cars, Dino Park (a mediocre dark ride), and a Star Flyer.|