S.J_O'Grady wrote:Is Mine Tours a conga line?
JonDoesTT wrote:S.J_O'Grady wrote:Is Mine Tours a conga line?
No, Mine Tours isn't a conga line and you can get split up. If you lose the people with the helmets on, you're in complete darkness.
iloveshauni wrote:It's really disappointing to see people's reviews of tott.. This has always been my favourite maze and the strobe finale always excites me!
I didn't go last year and will be visiting next week so all other mazes and zones will be new for me.
Anyone think people's opinions of tott have dropped due to the same story being used over again?? The other mazes bring something new and with the touching they just make it look abit weak now? I'm hoping this is the case as I'm still looking forward to it and hoping it hasn't changed too much.
The TOTT has always been my favourite maze too, but this year the maze seems shorter and the final strobe room was not as intense or as long as previous years.
The themeing inside is still brilliant, I still love TOTT, still a great maze, but not anything like it used to be. It is also the only maze where you have to put your hands on the person in front, this can be very uncomfortable, especially if you have a very tall person in front, plus you have the people in front going faster than you and the people behind going slower, you feel like you are going to get pulled apart.
ROYJESS wrote:I'm sure that in previous years, including last year, that the TOTT was on two levels as we always had to negotiate stairs halfway through the maze.
Sawboss wrote:ROYJESS wrote:I'm sure that in previous years, including last year, that the TOTT was on two levels as we always had to negotiate stairs halfway through the maze.
Yeah, I remember a part last year where you look down and can see another part of the maze that wasn't there this year.
The problem I have with TOTT is the congaline system. The rest of my group this year was basically powerwalking through the whole thing, so me and my friends at the back got dragged through really fast without the chance to properly get into it or look at the great scenery.
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