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There is a separate toddler area for those who are a little nervous on their feet still, which gives them softer and smaller fun activities to climb on, toys to play with, slides and jumpers as well as a fun climbing dome!

All of this is in a safe, gated and enclosed area to parents you can just sit back and keep and eye on them knowing they are safe.

Go Bananas also host popular birthday parties for those kids wanting to celebrate growing up!

There are two colorfully decorated party rooms available for you to choose from, and the lovely staff will be on hand to make sure that the special day is as perfect for everyone as possible.

"Go Bananas, Peel Bananas", or just "Go Bananas", or "The Banana Song" is maybe the ultimate camp song.

The kids love this traditional, american nursery rhyme, and it is also quite easy to learn.

And in addition, it is also perfect for doing fun movements while singing it.

Parents do maybe remember this song from their own childhood. Tip: Next time you are peeling a banana, chopping a banana or smashing a banana - you know which song to sing!

Anti-government protesters hold their hands up during the symbolic swearing-in of Juan Guaido, head of the opposition-run congress who declared himself interim president of Venezuela during a rally Jan.

23.demanding President Nicolas Maduro's resignation. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano) ( Back when Woody Allen made funny movies, perhaps the funniest of them all was a 1971 comedy about a revolution on the fictional Caribbean island of San Marcos.

It was called “Bananas.”I heartily recommend it for those trying to comprehend what is going on in Venezuela at the moment. is becoming a banana republic Before you know it, Woody has been drawn into the revolution.

In the movie, the Woody character first hears of San Marcos when an attractive woman shows up at his door collecting signatures on a petition calling for the U. to intervene in a rebellion there.“We feel the United States should give full support to the rebels and not to the dictator, which as you know has been our practice,” she says. The rebels win, but the bearded rebel who becomes the new president turns out to be worse than the guy he replaced.“All citizens will be required to change their underwear every half-hour,” he declares at his inaugural.