It was with great sadness, dismay and disappointment that I foud out they you were back to your old ways. After the beating you received at the hands of my children in 2013 I was sure that you had learned your lesson and would not partake in your dastardly ways. I expected more from you Peter. Much more.
Fast forward to 2014. Through the grapevine I have acquired in this last three years as a very part time resident of HHI, I learned that once again you stole treasure and were attempting to make it into the open seas with said loot. Shame on you!!!! Won't you EVER learn?
Luckily my son and daughter were there (along with 20 other kids) to give you a thrashing and recover the stolen booty. This time I expect you learned your lesson and will walk the straight and narrow of goodnes and harmony instead of the crooked and wide of darkness and despair. We hope you will take our advice and become a good citizen. If you don't, rest assured that my kids WILL be there to stop your evil doing. You've been warned. Oh, and take a bath. There is a new thing out there called "soap," try it.
Joking aside, if you have kids under 10 you really should do this if you have enough money in your budget. It is fun and your kids will remember it forever.
Couple of hints, bring water, it gets hot there. Come early so you kids can get makeup and tattoos. If your budget allows buy the swords for your kids. There were a couple of kids without swords and they looked out of place without them. Last year my kids were on the first wave that fought Pete. This year they were on the second wave and the second group is the group that actually gets Pete in the water. Definetley more fun when your kid believes it was his shot that finally got Pete. Maybe a well placed bribe to Shipwreck will get your kid on the second group. (Not saying it would work but worth a try.)
One thing I would change: The crew breaks character at the end. Personally I would prefer they keep kayfabe and let the kids have the illusion that what they did was at least somewhat real. I don't know, it feels like Santa taking of his beard after seeing your kids and saying, "I'm Joe Smith, not Santa."